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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I [imitation Complaints toje "America's


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Clewlsto fall to :Rum Poetag Guarantee Sec. 345.3. PM-Sub. $4 Per Year t
ResidentJ of South comply with direction glv CLEWISTON. FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 21. 1963 VOLUME 36 NUMBER 12
,'! Point) have made Ire en them by the health department, .
Hf; recently
"SilSito that area. and In making:! Ws report to the board AnnouncementIt
1 the complain: Sheriff
,, t to whom Dyers laid county
.re made, asked the county com en. under permission received It Is with great pleasure that we announce this week the J
for help In the m.tter.1'b. from the commissioner: of return of S. H. (
ISSlon agrlcul- Sonny) Stalls to the management staff of this
March
connrelsion! .t the tore are now doing .
county
maintenance
newspaper. Formerly production superintendent and associate
I
the coun-
asked
ig, I Ipect work under guard at the editor of The
Clewiston
Thursday. H Ahlefelt. to courthouse Jail and health News; he has spent the past 21 months
wet and give w.rnOI buildings and dep.n.ment as editor and publisher of the Lake Placid Journal. He returns
the
grounds and
aU violation of 'guitar at cemeteries and to the News as Managing Editor, and as business manager of

the retldenta do Some of the most serious county offend.barns the. Hendry County News and Glades County democrat + r

t I Ptwith/ the instructions: ers are worked with the Collie Mr. Stalls has done an outstanding Job In Ldke Placid, but E )r r 4!

tti sanitarian. then the aherlttjlN County prisoners under guards of we are pleased that the lure of Clewlston and the possibilities y 41J1

Instructed to enforce thesSljtflDyesi that county. offered In the newspaper organization outweighed the pleas of .

( The board rejected all bids for I his fellowtownsmen In Lake Placid that he remain there.

told the commission dragline and decided: to readvertis Mr. Stalls Is a native of Moore Haven, and has had extensive -

had received frequent com for bids for this purchase. No bids printing and news experience In Moore Korea Clewiston ,
iiott lately\ on garbage dumped were received on the '
airport Lake '
equip Wales
Sebrlng
lott. unsanitary and 01. ment at Alrglades. and four years in the Air Force print shop
vacant mangy dogs run- awarded the fleet The board during his tour of duty for Uncle Sam. He is a district directorof
alga hog )peni Insurance under
at urge and other conditionSe the bid system to Sam A. I the Florida Press Association. >
sheriff department can act phens of West Palm Beach Mr. Stalls Is a Methodist member of the Masonic Lodge and

such cases only after residents low bid of 81os1.7y. Ste-j postmaster of Moore Haven No. 61 F&AM, A member of the Lake

Placid Klwanls Club and former member of the' ew1ston Rotary

Cane Products Bare As Club the American Legion; and the Legion Patrol Auxiliary i
lorida Mother
Mr. and Mrs. Stalls and their daughters Donna and Kathy.

_. Begins Operation Hubbard's CupboardThat's will move soon Into their home on East Osceola Avenue, which!
is now being readied for their
florida Cine Products la getting the way Oewlstoa occupancy. |

1963 sugar season underway Ante Bales ear lot looked after -., -".........-
11 week, with the first cane go- their advertisement In last
through the new mill east of week's Clewkton News. WATERWAY ASS'N DIRECTORS' EXALT- past exalted rub ., Belle Glade Ledges. Lee Deaaldeea. -
Jr.. ntUburch. ef and
yeiterday. "W. sold sa personal secretary
;Albert ewiiton Mesa, president of the I day arteraeosj every. .ear. by tad MOB. '\ Clewtitoa Elks IAQ"N. IllS Friday, when he te his father. Grand Exalted Baler Lee Des.

I1 Orl1l1oD. laid the mill will credit H to the advertisement we DISCUSS NEEDS FOR BARGE lag stepped fee Into aa else euttag e. Lake Okeeehebe: dun aUUoa 8r.. whe stands sari te hlaai. Jimmy:,V...

TRAFFICBridge an vleitatlea tear ef the aatton.
iod i possible two months the M the News" said Fat and Fibekee. past district deputy| BUI Wall West
Shows
M the maps ef the Clewletoai. Ledge home Pair..
of time depending on thidditlon < 0."W.'re .011. Immediate peal grand exalted rulerj
nth fUltag the let
of the cane. "W. bad agate this week, bat tt i. ,. clearances with particular so each city will be represented atall are Ben Vealk' ehalrma ef the leeal reeeptieeieemmllttfte J. A. Lavender ....... exalted paler cleat f*>
.f
was for A .EWe... exalted ruler-elect. Clew. bakes
thfs'sea reference to requirements meetings. Lodgs. and Miner Tedder.
iOO acres la cane for bare as Mother Hnbbard's FahekeeJ past
heavy the attentfo Howard Banta executive ISIMI. Charles I. Campbell Tampa. Grand Ledge district .... ,. TAFF
a'i harvest," he laid,, "but the Capbeard a Maple ef days barges occupied a. secretary Activities PHOTO.
tat has cut ui back to approx alienlb.. paper came cat"If of the directors of the Okeechobe? reported that U.OOO brochure: Committee Chalrmoa; I Stick Ktrchman.U.S. i
Waterway Association. at Its meet- had been distributed to the Chambers -
ably 1.DM acres. yes wit to
empty yew log at the Sierra In?in Okeechobee. of Commerce along the waterway
Ae mill, a 1.500 ton capacity sUreroem via the retail salesrente SUGAR
CORP.
J, will grind about 600-7W; tout Mr. Here..... ,.u.. route. Board' members discussed Grand
lakfafesa. their Henry F. DeBardeleben. president : Ideas for exhibits to be ExalledRuler
day 1U first season example today. The phase
Cutting began in the field Tues- amber Is TV S-lMl. of the Tampa Marine Company used at fairs, etc.: and also a travelogue HARVEST ENDING I

1.said Mesa, The sugar mia will by letter pointed out.he difIcultles type of film for TV broad- "
oduce ra"ar. with Its by : of barge traffic on the casting. The 1962-63 harvest season of
oductblackstrap molasses. It waterway. He said there is only Attending were President Paul United States Sugar Corporation lain Takes Tour Break

out planted to make any tableat 4-H Clubs Making a 48' horizontal clearance at the Franklin.. Secretary Howard Banta Its final week. H. T. Vaughn
RR bridge above Fort Myers, and Robin-
nip this time laid Mesa but Charles D. Ooodtett, Jack resident, said the Clewlston SugarHouse
h. pointed out that shoal spots,' son Charles Kindred Marvin Ar will "grind out" Sunday,
mill that It
f was so designed I
narrow places, marking and Don Bot- Lee A. Donaldson Etna. Penna, he seemed to thoroughly !
old be converted''' into a Summer PlansSome poor rants, C. P. Oaulding. March 24th and the Bryant SugarHouse enjoy
ill should the need arise.and syrup Camp lack of sufficient depth hamperedbarge torff. Bob deMarcellus and John on March 26th or 27th. Grand Exalted Ruler of Elks In every minute of his stay In Clew,
traffic at present. The board UcQuigg. directors: and Bob Lee I The harvest end festivities are the United States, was visitor In lston and on the lake.
July and August dates have discussed the matter and a special: and P. Mcdellan: Belle Glade. planned for the following weekend. Clewlston Friday while on his official Accompanying: him on the nationwide .
Announce been set for 4-H Club activities committee: was appointed to inves- Herbert Nix, Wllburn Lawson. P. lie barbecue for all employees' of tour of the nation visiting tour Is his son and personal
01 Hendry members at Camp Clov. gate and report. Padgett and Buddy Belk of Okee the corporation and members of Elks lodges In the 50 states. secretary, Lee Donaldson Jr.. of

oncert ScheduleThe rleaf, Lake Placid. President Paul Franklin was requested chobee. their families will be held In theHewlsion Mr. Donaldson did not make an Pittsburgh; Bill Wall West Palm

The of "Concerts In the July 11-20 4-H groups from Henry by the board to attend a 1 ra," ., Sugar House on s.tur-I official visit to the Clewlston Lodgeas I Beach Immediate past grand exalted
rt," to be presented by the Clew Lee and DeSoto will attend conference on Water Resources and day March 30th. Both eastern and such He scheduled Clewlston ruler and Charles 1." Camp,
as. High School Sugirland Band the camp under a program of activities Development to be held on the 25th Weekly Calendar western division employees will as a recreation break during his bell activities committee cbalrmaa
H begin J p.m Sunday afternoon planned by the county agricultural of the present month In Tallahas take part in the barbecue I arduous travels. Arriving Clewls of the Grand Lodge of Florida

rfl 14th and will run for six agents in those counties, .ee. Thursday, Mar. Uit The Harvest End Dance will beheld ton In the late morning he spent a have accompanied: him on the
nsecutive Sundays The concerts: with assistance of the 4-H members The directors gave approval of :30 a.nx-Garden1 Club at Mrs at Sugarland Auditorium. Saturday couple of hours at the Elks dub, Florida portion of the tour. Among;
J be held adjacent to the recreant themselves the formation of three waterway Wm. C. Owen's garden j' 'evening. -, I greeting brother Elks of the area those greeting him at the Clew
center In Clewlston City Park. 'The alms and objective of the committees: In each of the cities 12:00 noon-Lions Club at Inn '3, As is customary emblems denoting Informally. blot stop were Jimmy Venn Pa-fT

announcing the dates, bandmas- "-H camps," said Woodrow W. on its route the committees to be 1:30: p.m.-School Board meetingat service to the Corporation After lunch he enjoyed a fishing hokee; A. E. (Slick) Klrchman,.'
Scott emphasized that II Brown state boys' 4-H Club agent, ((1) recreation and conservation Courthouse, LaBelle 'which has reached five years or trip on Lake Okeechobee, as guestof Belle Glade, and Miner Tedder)
''Jrt it being made to provide every "Is to give the members a learn- ((21) beautlflcation. and ((3)) naviga 6:30 p.m.-Klwanls Barbecue at multiples of five years, will be distributed the local: lodge The wind was Pahckee. past district deputies of I

ipams of light and varied rnu- log experelnce in citizenship and tlon. The chairman of these committees Elks Lodge at the dance high and fishing was not good but the Grand Lodge A. C. Ellison '
which will appeal to all leadership responsibilities will be made alternates for 7:43 p.m.-CAP meeting at Airport Records for the current crop the fellowship and change of pace exalted ruler of Clewlston and J.
il. large seating section: per.A will The Teenage Camp for Hendry the directors In their community will be released following the end provided the relaxation which the A. Lavender exalted ruler-elect of'

provided for the audience Hillsborough. Lee. Polk Martin Friday Mar. 22 01 the harvest season. grand exalted ruler needed and Pahokee.
Hie and Broward counties: will be held Coo: D.m.-Tlffers vs. Seacrest r
,
programs will feature a v. ,
August 19-24 and the girls' Car Wash At HERE '
camp
J of standard marches by Tag Agency Has
un and others, In addition for Hendry Glades and Collier 8:00 p.m.-FFA Parent-Son Barbecue Riding Roping Events Provide .
to
in Itas. overtures, novelties and : 26-31.county members will be held Au,. Wayside ParkThe Saturday Mar.at CHS 23: Ag Shop Rushing BusinessThe

American music Special 10:00: a m. 12-Hour Endurance Clewlston sub-office for Tax,
'III will include music from sophomore class of Clewls Race"at Sebrlng Thrilling Sunday Afternoon Sport Collector A. 0. Ward did a rushing'
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Pacific "Oklahoma" and CIGARETTAX ton will hold a car wash at Wayside Monday, Mar. 25: business In auto tags and afflllted1

: MusIC Man." us well as aecton Park Saturday March 22 10:00: .m.-Baptist Revival starts Approximately 200-250 A similar club held meetings In paper work during the-months of'

of Al Jolson's favorite IS RECEIVEDThe with proceeds to be used towardsthe 12:00: noon-Rotary Club at Inn attended the first session the Fair Grounds cattle pen a few Jajrtuary and February reports.

The la. of Clewlston will receive Junior-Senior Prom next year I:00 D.m.-City Commission toping and Riding Club per.on.1 I years ago, and provided some Interesting Paul Pullen, deputy clerk.
only ipecUl In the city Donations of $100 will be accepted Pullen, who has completed "mop.
1:00: .m Eastern Star spectator activities for
'lea will fourth $3,74206 in cigarette tax funds In p staged events In James
be
the concert: for exterior cleaning withan ping operation of sales to latecomers
"V the distribution of taxes collected Tteeday Mar. M: ward's pasture, six miles west olTlewlston : many residents. up
5th. when a program of extra 50 cents for the Interior Lake Worth : new owner and
tier during the month of January reports COO: p m.-Tigers vs. Sunday afternoon. About J. L. Woodward J. 0., Bobby paperwork
music
from the masters Those wishing to have their car Involved In the
UbulaUng two
11 "be the office of Richard B HERE 30 I of these participated In the acIvltles and Tommy Woodward and Mr.
presented. The music cleaned contact any sophomore months' work Into
of may I:00 p.m.-County Commissionmeet and the remainder and Mrs proper report
51. Rojas eating, director of the state bev- were J. James Wynn have been
Bach YU 2-8281 on Saturday form makes the
Tschalkowsky.kch or phone
: following awes
consider road limits ,
a. which collects to .pect: *ton. leaders In the movement to get the .
: *
Scbubert, Verdi Chopin and rage department and their car will be pickedup Wednesday, Mar 27. mary: .' '
lldelasohn wm be played by the the tax. and returned. 12:00: noon-Klwanls at Inn." President The club Is getting underway and club reorganized 1963 auto license tags sold: I


concert will also feature a the money represent sale of 74.841 Youth Board PrexyAddre..es Florida Atlantic University, want to take part, said Woodward Clewiston Truck ......." .,. ".. .."",. 838
nt IOIoI.t with band accom-: packs of cigarettes. Since thereere. speaker The plan Is to hold meetings (and Trailers .".,,.,..........., 360
I1illent.! All concerti 31 days In January. If each LionsMiss ding and roping events) every Motor scooters and motor.
begin at 1:00 Elki Lodge
plI\\, persons who smokes used one pack Sandi McConvllle. president : p m.- other Sunday afternoon Member Public cycles -, .....r?". ..... 25 I
a day the figures Indicate that of the Youth Board of the Wether- will pay annual dues in two classes, LibraryNew Title transfer ..... .. 439 I. I
JOy 2.U4 Clewiitonltes are cigarette the 290 for beginners who take part I New title applications_ 104
KIWANIS aid Youth Center was guestspeaker Thanks SOS Workers books on the shelves: I II I
mokeri. at the Lions Cub meeting 'n the barrel races, pole bending In addition Pollen Issued 400
AECUETONITE These figures ,are Inaccurate,I Thursday. Ross LaByer, manpower chairman and similar events held In the Mackey."Forward 2 volumes March! Frank J. drivers licenses during the months ,, I I,' I

annual Kiwanis Barbecue since some,cigarettes were probably Miss McConvllle explained the for the Sabin Oral Sunday polio pasture outside of the cattlepens,. of America In Photographicrecord the World of January and February. Driver '
t be held .t the m. lodge to-' purchased by persons living charter of the Youth Center and program asks the News to express and MOO annual dues for those War I and the social licenses are now Issued for a two I.
dIt ttsrti g .t 1:30: p.m. A types outside dewiston and also some told the program of events which the thanks of himself and of who enter the dogging, horse ran post-war upheaval year period In the month of the i'

Everc1ade. lineal wm be'..ervIIId Clewlston folks were probably still the board has planned. Working i all members of the Steering Committee log, roping etc.: "The Blue Nile" Moorhead. birth of the applicant under a new f

Jack Try the COIUIOIa.eur smoking Christmas gift cigarettes in cooperation with the Clewiston to the many worker who The next club activities will beat Story of western expansion and exploration : law passed In 1961 designed to I
IDeals of W. type 11 in charge Recreation director Eugene Fuller have given their time and labor In 3 o'clock: Sunday March Slat, at from 1798 through the spread the work load of' handling t
preparation! of food. Released the board members schedule activities the second: mass feeding In the Woodward's pasture. This Is on the 19th century Into regions wateredby licenses over the year I I,
MU 'roW elalcllea Miner In a wide range of Inter Clewlston area. Their work aheadof north side of the highway appro the Nile River. I ,;

' 1'17'. special Ie_ From Hospital efts. time, during the Sunday feeding innately six miles west of Clewls- "The World of the Whtte-talled County Preparing I
of pepper ueee wUJ be Representative Charles E. Miner BW Baker Introduced the speak hours, and during the following ton. Pens are located: some 500 Deer." Rue. A classic of Its kind) I
I1rfft eat 1rtUa beer dreadIe4 was released from Hendry Generalospital er and'John Corbin conducted: : the week In completing: the feeding yards off the highway, and there Is a look at one of the most beautifuland Picnic GroundsHendry .
era Ie eab. eatery rosWh last Thursday end Is re- meeting Plans for a light bulb and In handling the necessary registration .i ample room for parking can appealing animals In the'
County commissioners
seal sag other ,...... I. .r a uperatlng nicely at his home on sale for the sight conservation fund reports etc:.. la greatly around the fence so spectators may world. wlU prepare the Cannon Hammock '.
wbkh at the meeting. appreciated. etch from theta if de I
has helped mob West Pasadena Avenue. were made cars, they "The Story of the Olympic picnic area for public use within I

ti anise hr4ast, sire. Games," Kieran. A complete history the next M dayf according: to I y
oats from eel their wives and of the worlds greatest sportIng plans eat In motion at their March I I

eta Will be other lows and dI. Rotarians Elect events. meeUn,. 'j'+ i
ople present, and townaIII "History of Civilization/' Brln- Cannon Hammock is a woodsy I
I barbecue also asked to attend. Directors Monday ton 2 volumes spot In South Hendry County owned I
atInc Is the one big mooe,.. "How to Find a Husband after by Alico Inc.. who offered It to
Project Members of the Clewlston Rotary ". ;
of
ar.SenIn. this club for the 4 dub cast a unanimous ballot Forty. Cabot the county: for public use under a
"The White House," (historic
"Ul fcrt for the election of Homer Bible, guide! ). lease agreement. a,
lhould' at 630: so L. G. Vaughan Jr., Campbell Nan The Clewlston Chamber of Commerce tI>
have "
eat to wait for their Gene Fuller Frank Veltre. Carl "Profiles of the Future, Clarke.Youth Initiated the move to have t
a. Fiction
thirJeen PW and Carlos directors : : this hammock spot made availablefor
Hornsby Dickey as "Tbef Golden ."
Goblet,
l do Delegates for the new year McCray." public use. and the county:
"They Walked
Like Men. Slmak
n l agreed to provide an access road ,
FEA Dr. Mike Milllcevlc. ranch superintendent (science fiction).
tlldizCount' Meeting for Sugarland Ranch: "The (less than a mile Is needed), a
China
,r. .lOrlda "II tonpAsaoclabneein was the guest speaker during the ham."Enemy. Governess, Ailing- shallow well and picnic tables.Jail .
e +: : continuing series of vocations of .
10 In the
Rouse, Eber- t
JckaoavWe
;,) school adrntmshators last members. The speaker who spokeon hart (new mystery). Term Authors Ii
board pure bred breeding was Introduced
lilt ........rl. members, and by program chairman Joe H they 'pat Bull Sol Fake '
, teDdent Hal Council T Meet !III Jail he'd prebably ten eat ) # b

oe Carl Homer Bible.Su-. The speaker emphasized the varied James A. Klmbrel announces a beet .seller says ttaele Da. '
lDel1lber Hornab, and school opinions sought by cattle purchasers that the Hendry County Public tram Devil's Garde, ... to I

'1'IIcI1nluteb Joe Han and Mr. and the many unjustified Health Nursing Advisory Council strictly against SMh! ,

onodLamlpton Miss 1eft" Hues Dwlfht Hatfleld. Mike Fletcher DeauUgGaaa. criticisms pointed to pure bred win meet at the Clewlston Inn He thinks ..'. hotter ferBIHie '
'garb and 1rIr. Cuml. THE 1X3 TIGER **...". Jimmy % BID Sldaey Hlgdea, DeanJe Yed.... Braee; > WaJdresi. breeders Successful breeders must Patio at I p,m. on Monday the 25th Sol te stay m the *..
s Harold Estep right fre-t reW. Beet Oldie HlU Dan Gary BedUk. lobby Bare sad Cearh Bare have a sincere desire to promotea of March. exist reriUtaer ........" Reed
'tf.G.Pe'I'rancIJco: Mr.. Carl Swayae. geldh &edbIa. EeII: .icUtI Mike Ha" HalL-STAFF PHOTO. w' program for quality which win All, members are urged to attend Jail esMtweek. .. ....... Ibis

t IerV Waguhy! 1dr. and alas rtes. Lam Jlray Ie..er Du" Greg aHtIIId yew. Caesar H.r- build s good reputation. 1 1T "

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chatter bar etc Local women provided companies: have
Future
2 T._ C. .,'la'lUN Fla.', :NEWS, Tnurs, March 21, 1863 I I sent out some very clever announcements about Easter time. the numer- chaperones and voulnteered the meet with the been alte(
board '
of the birth of their sessions will not have but labor for work at the Snack Bar, 1\Ie"\ ..
,
I 9-pound son, poking! a bit of hu ous "I's" this one contains .I
mor at his magnificent size. They some explanation] was needed, other etcSt Dance, sponsored
The Clewiston News"Devoted probably thought he was some than "he Just couldn't stay aw.y'' annually Patrick's by: parishioners of St.Mararet' My room is J;;
kind of he has already
record, but Church was a great
r g been outstripped. Joann and Gene 'I I.I'JI.II".II" dreamy
to the advancement and welfare of Clewiston of success Geneva Thielen] lang Irish and i

and Hendry County" a Wilson 10H pound are the son,proud who arrived parents lustily lit'S History Now | $25 ballads Victory, Jack bond Martinez door prize won and the did it myself/

Published every Thursday at 100 Central Avenue, ClewUton, In Hendry General Hospital this Louis Wethington won a basket of
Florida, by The Clewiston News, Inc., a Florida Corporation. week. Congratulations to the parents THIRTY YEARS AGO groceries:

Entered as Second Class Matter February 1, 1127, at the Post of .both these potential heavyweights (From ClewUton News, The News published ration list
Office In Clewiston, Florida, under the Act: of Congress of March 3, ee e e March 17, 1133)) showing In detail rationing of all

1878; Results of the legislative\ elections The First Bank of dewlston wu meats, butter, oleo. etc.
have the ban e e e
first to
BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher \f.1b4 In two districts near us please lifted among, following the the national banking I TEN YEARS AGO
us greatly and are worthy of record :-
S. H. STALLS, Managing Editor here. holiday, and to return to full (From ClewUton News,
p 19, 1953)
..,.... .. banking operations.A March
Subscription, Rate $400 per :year j ARM Monroe County rejected the crowded house and much: applause Bruce Beardsleyand
(Return Postage Guaranteed) ( for Mr and Mrs.
o
I come-back try of Bernie Papy, the performance
greeted their 2% month old daughterleft
Advertising Rates on application. The 9'IN) 0 The city: did a fine Job a few I 28 years Monroe's legislative rep- of "Suicide Specialists" by a new for Ecuador, where he was
management reserve the light to reject any ) years ago In getting rid of loud resentative and kingpin of Monroe Little Theater group of which W. to serve as agricultural missionaryat
advertisement ., !oiOa.lobjectlonal mufflers on automobiles. We'd like politics and elected Sheriff John C. Owen was president Phil Peterson Hacienda Picalqul near Quito,
them to turn their attention to the Spottawood as senator from their and Evelyn Shelly had leadIng -
three
Telephone: Business and Editorial, YUkon 3-1201 district. for years.
motorcycles and big trucks: which new one-county I roles. Mrs Elbert Stewart, Mrs. W. H.
THE NEWS iiumci no rolponelblllty for the return lot unsolicited make as much, or more, unnecessary And In the new 40th district Representative elect Everett I Lanier, Mrs. U. T. Koch. Mrs H. ROULATEXmmiOR
manuscripts or photograph composed of Highlands and Charlotte abolish the IATUeeillttee
noise than the automobilesdid. Burchard proposed to
r A. Cecil and Mrs. Dan McCarthywon Cell..
Irrorlor: NEWS; Kiiumei no financial reeponelblllty for typographical I A noise abatement ordinance, County Attorney Hayward Davis city: government of LaBelle as an I prizes at the State Flower ..II...... Me MM.
ommlulone la advertisement I but If notified of euohterrore be- the of Lake placid] won an overwhelming "since it servesno ...., .,1eAI tIrp.
fore the next leeue of the paper will reprint correctly that U HLrt advertisement In which the error occurred In the event'a'tide'element ordinance 'should do the trick.: useful purpose. The county Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford of Ashe- .... ......e
would render the' correction valueleee, the Mew will rediKetthe priceof newcomer, Robert P. Dunty, also would law enforcement and
the advertisement br an amount equal to the percentage of'the total a' Lake Placid attorney. provide villa N.C., came for a visit with $ 98
apace a. the errojieoue<< or omitted_copy repreaented. *'t :!,',> There are 101 Klwanlans serving Davis is personally known to collecting: taxes to pay off Burchard'i the city's Mr .and Mrs. F. Deane Duff. *
In the 88th according $240,000 debt, under GAL
Congress
... served
r' t' "'"' many in this area having
'"' to a list received by Clewiston as attorney to one of the official] proposaL e e e Board Considering
"Old No. lS Rides Kiwanis President Gervan Pitzen.
,
Again. boards In Glades County, TWENTY YEARS AGO EVERY 2nd CAN
A q ,. ,. Twenty-three are In the Senate and Truck Load LimitThe
78 In the House. Senator George (From ClewUton News,
A'steam locomotive,-Old tto. 153, donated by United Smathers Is a Klwanlan as are UHim:ID1.IIm.m.llu.um.:, m.in March II, 1943)) Hendry County commissioners FREE
States Sugar Corporation to'tl' University for Its Gold Coast Railroad Representatives W C. (Bill) Cram The Community Center which are considering: the load limits YATAT Jt

:Exhibit at its South Campus, rode again last Sunday.. It er, St Petersburg A. S. (Syd) Hen e Sonny SezIIIiI1IImIIIUIIW.iIII.IIDII.UU.IDI had been established by the City which the county: secondary road Me SaTeS -
was the sixth anniversary of the Gold Coast Railroad, composedof long, Tavares; D. R. (Billy) Matthews of Clewiston in the west wing of system can: stand without damage,
the engine and six other pieces of rolling stock,which on occasions Gainesville; Claude Pepper, the old Administration Building, and will hold a special meeting MfttyCttEft Store
operate on the 3'/8 mile track. The presidential car Coral Gables] ; Paul Rogers West : : was turned over to the cadets In on the subject next Tuesday.A .
Palm Beach training at Riddle Field for much of great deal of llmerock: is being
and Bib Sikes Crest-
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"ferdinarid Magellan" is part of the railroad exhibit. Thanks for the many cordial]
of hauled the roads at
assistance a over county
view. An Impressive list the time. Through
Miamlpns and tourists alike get a big kick out of the open Fort Myers Is about to follow greetings that have been return extended to group of Clewiston women and in- present, and the commission wishesto AI Fuller'sCountry
ation of the" steam locomotive,long since replaced by the efficient Clewlston's example. The City Fathers Clewiston since the "rumor"have been of confirmed.my terested women in Palm Beach the establish the heaviest amount

Dieseis( ;pn the nation's railroads. of our nearby West Coast Lake Placid is a wonderful place, Center was furnished as a loungefor which the roads can tolerate with Store'Jeep'drives
Clewiston residents also enjoy U.S. Sugar's occasional use I I city were low-bidders on a new just as Clewiston, and the resi- the cadets, with piano, recreation -, out damage
of a sister engine, Old No. 148, which came out of retirement recently post office building to be leased dents there were most gracious: In facilities, chairs, tables, snack Representatives of the llmerock I
to help speed movement of cane trains when extra hauling by the US. Postal Service We supporting me in the operation of -
trust will be fortunate and
they as
was necessary due to the F.E.C railway strike. happy in their and the Journal.] It was a sick paper
arrangement then, and with a strong back and
The old locomotives are ready when needed. Whether to will benefit by It money-wise, as weak mind I accepted the challenge ahead with
celebrate a birthday, or perform the more prosaic but necessary Clewiston Is. We have a good-look to nurse back to health two
.. task of moving freighXthe steam engine responds when needed. tog, comfortable post office, well The objective was accomplishedand
located, and
..,. the city each bringing month. The revenue folks in to the newspaper sold to Monte
Moore of Okeechobee who came MW HISTORY MAKERS!
the post office like it; the postal out of retirement to get back into
Too late Too Late. customers like It, and the folks the harness of weekly publications.
who pay city taxes like it. It's a
Certainly as long as I live, my
nice package all around.
first 21 months In the front chair
It's quite unlikely that Martin, Okeechobee, Glades and Hen- e e will never be forgotten for numerous
dry counties will give up their fight to have the vast waters of Bruce and Ollivla Beardsley reasons I wouldn't take a

Lake Okeechobee divided more equitably among the five counties million dollars for that 21 months,
which It borders. and I wouldn't give you 25 cents
The biggest\ share of the' l'ake's area Is in Palm Beach county For Boys And Girls for another 21 just like it.,As witha

,-largely by virtue of the county's having been there first! lot of small businessmen, the
As subsequent counties were formed no one considered it important price you pay physically and to fr7EEP'
:your family for success Is not
to take Into the county's boundaries any of the lake worth the financial] reward. '
beyond a few miles offshore. Another heavy weighing factor

Now, for years the allocation of gas tax money to the counties was that we had never been able to V2VGOIMEEThe first station wagon
of the state for their secondary road program Is based, in sell our home here in Clewiston, ever built with the comfort, speed and smoothness of a passenger car plus wheel

part, on the area of the county Thus Palm Beach county gets after an original misfire sale and drive traction and safety. It has the new 'Jeep' Tornado.OHC engine. and the

the lion's share of the Lake Okeechobee area's funds.A two few homes newspaper, I am people not among can justify them. most usable cargo space, both high and wide. Optional automatic transmission,

glance at the map will show that Hendry's share in the Monte boght house and newspaperin Independent front suspension, also available in wheel drive models, 2 door
lake area will be small because oi the short distance which this RED LP. and 4 door body styles.JEEP' .
county borders on the lake. But Martin county) Glades and 'i'-ss' ,
GOOSESHOES
,Okeechobee counties would experience a nice increase in gas This column] ,is a takeoff from
tax funds If a proposal to reallocate the lake on a more equit- Meanderings by Carr Settle and
able basis is successful. Ramblings and Raising Cane by
em sets as.ess Mrs. Bowden with whom I have
The Palm Beach county commission and the legislative delegation -
will fight it tooth and toenail. And although Hendry has been associated off and on for
some 23 years and it met with
only a small amount at stake, we join with the battling counties. reader approval In L.P 11

Had the Palm Beach county commission had the foresight It Is kind of a "thinking out loud" "
and the sense of common justice to do a better road-building job operatllon whereby roses maybe

in the Lake area in past years, we might have a twinge of sympathy 'wry ra,r., ya.ly r.r J passed along] or a sharp needle to
for them. those just out of step, with either
Since private capital, including U.S. Sugar Corporation of being made to help creates: ; a better
} Clewiston. has invested literally millions and millions of dollarsIn HollingsworthShoe place In which: to live

new Industrial construction In the Glades area of Palm Beach the ]latter-part 5In !- of November GLADIATOR 4-wheel drive truck to offer passenger -
county, the commission has belatedly waked up to its obligations car smoothness on the highway sure-footed
StoreBOND Mrs. Bowden and I were conversing 'Jeep' traction off the road Just
to provide roads in the area. via Inter one 4-WD shift lever.
County about Optional
our Individual automatic transmission-first on 4-WD truck.
But their any
pleadings the Lake Okeechobee
on area gas funds
leave us cold. STREETS laid the ground newspaper work problems towards and New 'Jeep' Tornado-OHC engine produces higher torque at l lower engine speeds.

;t i_. I again working together. The Journal once Choice of body styles with 120 inch wheelbase ((7-foot box) or 126 inch wheelbase
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, :i several] "almost but not quite"

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are In finally waking up. subject and to start a CONCERT MARY E. WIENER [THE CLEWNTh.W5ThursMarch2ll963Page3(
conjunction with the report ED 4-H Club MembersTell
drive to
WRITE their state
-" of Congressman Rogers, I am enclosing senators and the members of the Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Zglener, 72, and had lived in LaBelle for sev da* of the Immokalee :Mission conducting

: some literature on the house, to approve this Amendmentto Board of LaBelle died Saturday morningin erlAlyear.. There are no survivors. : the service.
Liberty Amendment" to repeal our national County Funeral services were held Monday -1 Interment was In the Fort Den I
constitution.In the Hendry General HospitalShe
the income tax law'.nd substitute morning In Pattlson Chapel aud Cemetery with Paulson Funeral

ewJstDII,News Florid a Our system state of fiscal legislature sanity.will soon by the only last a legislature few votes.we missedout Of Club ProgressMembers was a native of Chicago, W., with the Rev. Father Amello Or- Home in charge.

ewlstoll, Bowden: lit for sixty days and we want of Hendry County '-H .
Afra SlncerelY1our.,
ar our IodicatlOl1l Florida 1 11 our citizens to be alerted on this /./ dubs with County Agent Frank I
rID itS best reports tourist season like the on George A. Walther PolhUl and Assistant Agent Gene I Clewiston Church DirectoryFIRST

cad Recent Harrison gave the Hendry County
most assuring Dr.
gached have been Watson Will Be EvangelistAt commissioners an overall look at
even
our effort to develop the an state. the '-H Club program, which is financed CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH |I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH
tourist market for largely with county funds. 331 W. Oieeola Avenue 102 E. Ventura Arena
urger .. .out' variou. First Baptist Church Mar. 31 Richard Herring, president of the South Clewlstoa Rev. Richard Knight Pastor Rev. L. T. Fagan, Pastor )
be 7
jehave Can Apr.
as attained Hendry County 4-H Council, Jack 1:45: a.m.-Church School 0.45: a.m.-Sunday School
:edited to the cooperation of many; A Charlton Diane Tanner. Peggy; Rev. Herb Hlgdon, Pastor 11:00: jn.-Morning service 11:00: a.m.-Morning Service
duns, both individually; and week-long revival, March 81- caloosa he has held positions of Blount Patsy Cox and Carl Willis 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School $:.00 p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship 6.00; p.m.-Training Union
necllvel.1. An informed public has April 1 at the First Baptist Church leadership in civic! and phflantrop- formed a delegation which visited 11:00: a.m.-Worship Service 7:00: p.m.-Evening Service

II our best assettWe in Oewlston Is announced by the ic organizations, such as the charter the commissioners' meeting Thurs 7:00: p.m.-Baptist Training Union 7:30: p.m.-Evening Service Wednesday:
would like to take this op- pastor. Rev. L. T. Fagan. The revision committee of the city day. 8:00: p.m.-Worship Service Wednesday 7:00: p.m.-Officers and Teachers ;i th
rtunftl to express our appre- evangelist Is Dr. Alan Watson, of of West Palm Beach, the Mental The young peopple told of their. Tuesday: 7:15: p.m.-Cholr PracticeST. Meeting I ,f'
In giving Calvary Baptist Church, Tuscaloosa Health Association and similar projects and displayed some of the 8.00: p.m.-Brotherhood 8.00: p.m.-Midweek Prayer Service
ederioulatormsUOfl on the Ala., who is well-knorvn in the groups.
handiwork which won prizes at the Wednesday: CHURCH
MARTIN'S( ,
commission program. With Florida area as pastor for several] Calvary Baptist Church In Tuscaloosa county fair. They showed the State 7:30 p'.m.-Hour of Prayer (Episcopal! ) 8:45: p.m.-Cholr Practice
t JOur help the reports would years of the Northwood Baptist is located adjacent to the Dairy Award which was won thisyear Thursday: 207 N. Pacific
,.n a different itory. Church. West Palm Beach. campus of the University; of Ala by Hendry County 4H'ers.I I 8:00: p.m.-Choir Practice :I The Rev Clark H. Dorman, Vicar NORTHSIDE MISSIONARY
With kindest personal regardsWendell Dr. Watson is a native of South bama and approximately 500 students Gene Harrison, supervisor of '-H Services BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday :
Sincerely; Carolina, a graduate of Furman and faculty members are regularly work in the county, said there are 7:30 .m.-Earl1 Eucharist 304 N. Franelaee Street
Jarrard, University of Southern Baptist members of the congrega 208 members enrolled In the 12 CHURCH OF CHRIST 11:00:: a.m.-Family Service tad Elder Lester D. Reams, Pastor
Chairman Theological Seminary He is a tion. clubs. Eighteen adult leaders workon Church School 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School
World War n veteran of the Navy. During the week of the revival, a volunteer basis with these sot South Central Avenue Saints and Holy Days as an- 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
'creed During the nine there will be services at the church clubs. There are beef, dairy, poultry nounced. 6:30: p.m.-BTC
Qewlston News, twice dally, at 10 and 7:30 Earl Arnold, :Minister Worship
Evening
.m. : and other livestock projects,, Confessions by ..ppolntmentCOMMVNlT1' 7:30: p.m.-
wistoII, Fla.Dear church received about 2,500 into p.m. All discos are urged to take electrical and homemaking projects } ( Sunday: Wednesday:
Sir: membership and Invested over a advantage of this week of evangelistic and others 10:00: a.m.-Bible School 7:30: p.m.-Prayer ServiceST.
Frequently going through dewls- half million dollars in new build services in the pre-Easter 11:00: a.m.-Worship PRESBYTERIAN
ion, we stop off at the Glades Res- ings. His television program "In- season. 7:00: p.m.-Worship 407 Royal Palm Avenue MARGARETS CHURCH
uurut for refreshment, and on vitation to Life" appeared weekly OBITUARIESGeorge Wednesday: Henry H. Ford, :Minister Rev Father Charles
one of our visits I happened to over NBC's primary affiliate for CIRCLE MEETINGAT 7:30: p.m.-Midweek Devotionsand 1:45: a.m.-Sunday School 8.00: a.m.-Sunday Mass
notice your newspaper and purchased southern Florida.In BurchardGeorge Bible Study 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship 11:30: a.m.-Sunday Mass
a copy. I was quite aa- West Palm Beach and in Tus- KELLY HOMEMrs. J. 11:00: a.m.-Nursery In the Parish 7:00: a.m. Dally Weekday Masi

taunted at the national news you W. R. and Mrs I Burchard, prominent House 7:00: a.m.-First Friday Mass .
Wlmberly J.
namely an article by I
resented, Westminster Fellow Wednesday each
6.00: m.- 8:00: p.mFlr.t
p
PENTECOSTAL
Robert Toes.day and contractor,,
Paul O. Rogers, on Kelly were hostesses LaBelle resident COMMUNITY
Congressman St. month Catholic Ladles' Altar
ship.Wednesday
watching! the CIA (your issue Mar. Margaret'sMonthly to members of the Julia Head died at his home Saturday after along HOLINESS CHURCH Society
Circle of WMU at the home of the Illness. He was 57 years of :
rth). 7:30: p.m.-cholr Practice Saturday:
A few weeks before this Incident, Parties latter. age South ClewtsUmRev. 9:30 a.m.-R.liJ1ou Instruction
had written to seven senatorsand Mrs. Bill Thomas conducted the He was born In Missouri, but had :
[
our own congressman, James business meeting and Mrs. Leon lived in LaBelle for many years. J. R. Taylor, Pastor CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST CHURCH
Haley, regarding an investigation St. Margaret's Altar Society held Bembry, assisted by Mrs. A. Surviving are his parents Mr. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School APOSTOLIC FAITH HI-HAVEN BAPTIST
A. I
their monthly card parties Tuesday Broadfoot, Mrs. R'I M. Burchard of Fort Worship Highway Tie
of the CIA AND our state dejartment. Wlmberly. and Mrs. R. 11:00: a.m.-Morning South Oewlatoa
and Thursday nights Mrs. : Kelly and Mrs. Ross LaByer, presented Denaud; his wife, Mrs. Flora 7:45: p.m.-Sunday Evangelistic Bro. Luther Dixon, Pastor Rev. Vie Turner, Pastor
'He administration in Washington Harry Vaughn Sr. and Mrs. Harry a program on the theme Burchard; one son, George Forrey Service. 10:00: a.m.-Sunday School 9:45: a.m.-Sunday School
Vaughn Jr., were hostesses to the I 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship
has been hoodwinking and deceiving "Unto the Stature of Christ"Others Burchard of Darwin Australia; Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.PreachingTuesday
the American, people an group of bridge players attending were Mrs. A.: two daughters, Mra. Francis Twit- 7:45: p.m.-Prayer Service ;. 6:45: p.m.Training Union
too often and I feel the electorate Mrs. C. J. Nielson won first prize H. King, Mrs. Maurice Fletcher ty of Orlando; and Mrs. Lewis J. Friday: 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting 8.00: p.m.-Evening Worship
--- and :Mrs. G. N. Pitzen the draw Mrs. George Beck, Mrs. Meake,' Noblea Jr. of LaBelle; one sister, 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service Friday: Wednesday: N
prize. Mrs. Downs and Mrs. T. E. West Mrs. Kenoeth WUlllams of St. 7:30: p.m. Young People's Meeting 8:00: p.m.-Prayer Meeting
The hostesses served delicious ers. Paul, Minn., and four brother, R.
pineapple cake and coffee and tea I Everett Burchard: LaBelle; DavidL. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH OF GOD,
to those desiring It. Earl Bur 312 8. Pacific Avenue
Burchard, Stuart,
Mrs. Rafael Catala and Mrs. Ida Hospital Notes I chard, Tallahassee and Orville SIS Franelaee Street CHURCH OF CHRIST Rev. Joe Coleman

Crawford were hostesses for other Patients admitted: i Burchard of Fort Myers, and eight Rev. James F, Klmbrel Pastor (Christian) 10:00: a.m. Sunday School
card games on Thursday night Mar. 12-Roberta Nesbltt, Juan' grandchildren. 10:00 a.OL-Sun gychool John C. Scheffler, Minister 11:00: a.m.-Horning Service
Mrs. Mike Vettorl won first Perez, Dona Wilcox, Harry Cassldy. -' Funeral services were held at 11:00: .ra.-Morning Worship. North Sugarland Auditorium 7:30: p.m.-Evening Worship

prize. the First Church of God, LaBelle, 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Service 10:00: a.m.-Bible School Wednesday:
Brownies and cold drinks were Mar. 13 J. A. Marsh, Patsy with the pastor. Rev. Ed Sheffield Wednesday: 11:00: a.m.-Communion and Worship 7:30: p.m.-Prayer Service

5 1 served. Carlton, Eva Myers. ] officiating and the Rev. I. D. Phillips 7:45: p.m.-Midweek Service ServiceWednesday Friday:
Mar. 14-Armando Llona, Manuel of the LaBelle Church of God Friday: : 7:30: p.m.-Young People's Endeavor
didn't Insure Sutlllo, Lenora Sutton, Annie 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study
He Hi-Haven WMU and Dr. Reeves C. Dean of the 7:45: p.m.-Youth Service
us car through an independentinsurance Young. First Baptist Church, LaBelle, assisting.
agent Then, with Inadequate Monthly MeetingThe Mar. 15 Francisco Griego, This Weekly Church Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: I

coverage, he had an WMU of the Hl-Haven Bap- March Jumper, Juan Santlesteban, Moore Haven Masonic Lodge No.
iccident-his fault.To satisfy the tist Church held a regular meeting Janet Hedges. 63 conducted services at the graveside Hendry County Floyd Howell Agent Parkinson's Inc.
judgment, he had to sell every.. Monday evening with Mrs. Mar. 18-Percy Roland, Benton in Fort Denaud Cemetery ARD OIL Complete Department StoreClewiston
thing he C. W. Mann presiding. Mrs. W. R. Haywood.Mar. Honorary pall bearers were Wil Motors
owned Protect Broadrick led the devotional, and 17-Oscar Pratt, Madeline fred! Graham, Billy Murphy, Milan Phone 2-8301 -
yourself. 1"1. Mrs. Velma Storey was in chargeof Cruz.; Hooker, Buford Surrence, Thomas Glades Loan Corp. Jordan & Pridgen
GUwtoalaylBeardsley! ",. the prorgram on the topic "Go Mar. -Arturo MorrelL Blount, Harvard Parkinson, Lewis CITIES SERVICE STATIONRoyal's Federal j
'N" .n Everywhere Preaching." Patients remaining: Warren Sec- Nobles, E. B. Hull, Bob Fltzsim-. Granere Bldg. SAVINGS & LOAN ASSNClewiston
Mrs. Victor Turner was chosenas by, Percy Roland, Jose Santieste- none, J. R. Spratt, C. A. Murphy, Furniture Inc.
cchairman for Community Mission. ban, Oscar Pratt, Arturo Morrel, Tom Graham, Snider Rldgdlll and Giddens _
R. J. Tatum, John Sullivan, Flora Ed Tracy. II Store Motor Co.
Nash Taylor, Dora Wilcox, Armando Leo W. Engelhardt Funeral
Mrs.
Mrl. Mann
Attending were "It's Easy to
Broadrlck, Mrs. W. R. Baxter,] Llona, Francisco Griego, Lenora Home was in charge of arrange]I The Giddens Way'; The Clewiston News Fnone 2-0901: 1f

Iniurance Agency Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Thelma Preston,I Button, Madeline Cruz, Frank Janet ments.
Serves YOU First Mrs. Floyd Royals, Mrs. W. 3.1 Hedges, Joe Hancock,
XX Eat Jackson, Mrs: Velma Storey Willie, Benton Hayward, Martha
snail f
I Tour mdelDemdentHIgbAgsowjt Jumper, Eva Myers. .
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You'll' call it a plstoll It's available In any Comet-jaunty convertibles! sedans with Comet's classic t't'

bucket-seat S-22's and Comet's newest rakish Sportster hard; r.
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EVANGELISTFirst '
DR. ALAN WATSON, brakes, anti-freeze, oil and! lubrication. No wonder Comet holds the top ? '63. MERCURY. :;' n

7be Baptist Church urges you to attend mlnIater our revival of the services OIpeL to Dr.receive Wetaoa resale value record In ha class. Your Mercury dealer's got the Comet. 1-4t I COMETHENDRY t a

the inspiration of this dynamic, consecrated Great Northwood Baptist Church or Welt Interested Inland keeps his Interest In the Comet you get!
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for many years pastor or the and now pastor you're ,
calm BechTW noted Radio and TV. Preacher.your< heart .nd help IceAlabama -' :COMa, Mtrcx._ tacuiir..y' :-*ooucrt or C 5> > of will warm the '
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carried out in the decoration aL I PersonalsMr. 1 I and Bruce Mrs.and Gene Brenda Harrison Mr. and !! .

Birthday cake and lOft drinkwere Mrs. R. E. Kreidler and childrenand cE:1r: 1
and SusiaIngram :
served to Frank Harold] Allison spent Sundayat ]
f dj Bert Parks Diane Davis, Stall of Lake Placid. .
and MM. Sonny
NEV\S Pam Steven
Connie Ingram
Mrs.
lan Wade Hampton and
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Akin Donald Jimmy Sherry Jury Douglas,Vaught Judy Hough David Loretta,Ellington Jerry Bar Lake move weekend Placid to making Clewlston were In preparation within a few to Moon daughter of LaBelle Mrs visited Martin the Peers former's SUE /

...'" ,,' lett, Edward Blanton, Greg Miller weeki. Their home, located on and family Sunday.Mrs. f
Bert Hunt Beverly Stevens, East Oiceola Avenue, U being repainted Gordon Crofut underwent
Gary Veale JoNell Hooks, Eliza- and they expect to move I major surgery for repair of a
Mr. And Mrs. C. D. Couch Observe beth Bishop Marcelyn Fletcher, 1 lfo{ when the work U completed. I broken jaw Saturday in Miami, [
Lynda Garrls, Clarence Perry, Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs and made a splendid recuperation. I With that disposition, remind
Claire McCarthy Kathy Booth, Joe Elder wert Mr and Mrs: Dale Mr. Crofut went down for her and I him that First Aid supplies,
Their Golden
Wedding Anniversary Linda Jackson( Harriett McDuffy, Ogden and son Stephen of Peru, she was released from the hospi I I tick room Kerns, braces, supports -
Frankle Rudd. Brian Collins Indiana. The Ogdens are former yesterday. She received the Injury and crutches are available -
Mrs. E. N. (Jack) Scott has returned their plane and another daughter, Charles] Roseboom and Ton Harris residents of dewlston. in a traffic accdlent on Clew at
from Orlando where she Mrs. Dorothy Cooledge Grand RapIds Mr. and Mrs. E. C. (Corky) I iston streets.
went for a f.mlbreunion, joiningher Mich. who arrived SaturdayMrs. Horniby and children of Winter I Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Crawford and I
three sisters in a visit with I Scott and the fourth daughterMrs. Mrs.. Mcintyre HostessTo Garden spent a few days In Clew- family visited his brother, Glenn L
their parents Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Geraldine Hodge of Orlando, Iston with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Crawford in Naples Sunday '
Club
Couch. made up the family party. Bridge Horniby and Mr. and Mrs Robert SEE ,,iPHARMACY

Mr.''and Mrs. Couch celebratedtheir ] Mr. and Mrs. Couch are well Mrs. P. M. McIntyre Jr.. entertained Kelly.
Golden Wedding Anniversary known to many Clewlston real members of her bridge club Mrs. Thomas Owens recently DOUG PEARCY
this month. Present with them for dents. Tuesday evening at her home. visited her mother, Mrs. Katherine 421 E. Sarariand An.
the celebration were Dr. and Mrs. High prize was won by a guest Beauchamp, who is quite ill in her for
W. R. Funderburg. Tiffin, Ohio, Franz Harris Has Mrs. Joseph Sexton and second home la Tampa. TAX SERVICE Phone Yukon 2-1J11 Clewlste., p
who flew down last weekend In by Mrs. Joe M. Hendry. Mrs. Dan Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley attended ..
Skating Party Sullivan won consolation prize. a game of the Florid.
Franz Harris celebrated her Other players were Mrs. E. B. "Grapefruit League" in Fort My-
PIZZAYU McConvllle.: Mrs. Richard G. Baker era Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
ninth birthday with a skating partyat
Em's Rollerland. Mrs. E. M. Mrs. W. C. Oewn. Mrs. J. WClark and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were
and Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. business visitors In West Palm
2-3311 Benz and Mrs. Bob Harris and *
e Beach
on Friday.
Mrs. Louise Hare were adult
Sugarland Pharmacy I guests and assisted with the party. Mrs. W C. Owen entertained several David Prewitt arrived last week
f I Games and skating were enjoyed guests when she was hostess end from Auburn Ala., to spend
to members of her Wednesday afternoon the spring college vacation with
bridge club last week. The his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C ANNOUNCEMENTAL
guests were Mrs. George Anlcker, Prewitt. Mr. and Mn. Prewitt met .. ,'
Hit. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. H. Aiestor. him at Cypress Gardens. ,yD
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MODEL HOMES Mrs. G. N. Pltzen and Mrs. R. M. Bishop took her
Jrs. Fred Gals; members were mother, Mrs. A.L. Daughtrey hometo :
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. F. E. Gainesville last week, after a 1 *
Olympia and Alverdez Avenues Conkllng. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. Mrs visit of several weeks here. Mrs
'os. F. Florentine, Mrs. W. Pernlgan. Daughtrey observed her 95th birth- ,.'
Mrs. Otto Larsen and day there Saturday, March 16th.
Mrs C. J. Nielson. spending the day quietly with her BELGRAVE
Open for Inspection by Appointment Mrs. Anicker won prize for high daughters. grandchildren and j l.
core, Mrs. Conkllng was second friends
and Mrs. Florentine. ,. third. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail organ teacher with 40 years experience in music,
were In Palm Beach Friday evening
Mrs. W C. Prewitt was hostess to hear Fred Warnl,'. Won-
2 or 3-bedroom homes, from to members of her bridge club derful World of Music at the Royal is now teaching pupils in Clewiston.
Wednesday, entertaining with Polnclana Playhouse.Mr. .
luncheon and bridge at the Clewls and Mrs. Otto Larsen will
$350. down ton Inn. have as their guests for several
Mrs. E. C. Mills won high score days their sons, Karl and Eric
and Mrs. W. C. Boswell. a guest, Larsen, of Vanderbilt University. "
Approximately $70. per month was second while Mrs. Moye Bishop The boys plan to have some of their Contact him at YU 2-1 181 or YU 25591Mr.
also a guest, won the bingo college mates at guests during this
prize. spring vacation at the university.
Others playing were Mrs. H. T Mr. and Mrs. J. F Florentinehad
Vaughn Jr., Mrs. John B. Boy, as their guests for a few days
Built by Kendall Construction Co. Mrs. Ruth J. Vaughn Mrs. Raymond Mr. and Mrs Lee Pittenger of '" .' I .
Christian and Mrs. Helen Milwaukee.Mr. t .
Roberts. and Mrs. Dee Gainer of El-
West Palm Beach JU 5-1771
kins, W. Va., visited her sister,
Mrs. Robert Shaw and other relatives Mr. ,Belgrave has assumed teaching the class of W. H. Doane who is devoting his
-.5. &T 144T-CE::! last weekend.
: Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Boyette and full time to organ sales.] Piano lessons also available.REFRIGERATOR ] .
J. E. Beardsley, Sales Agent ( TOUBDOLLAB3 : children of Lakeland spent Thursday -
W97f
Phone TU to Saturday night with her
Clewiston YU 2.7501 tOm'm aria :...h.I mother, Mrs. W. 0. Morgan and
I art t Call: A.:.U. Vanw Mr. Morgan. *
Mrs. W. J. Stanford
has received
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Mrs. Ida Osborne, which occurred
} at the age of 80 at her home Isamanche
? Oklahoma.
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Mr and Mrs. B. L. Ingram and .
Brand-New V-8 Mr. and Mrs. Clule Hancock visited
friends at Fort Myers Beset __

Sunday.Guests of Mrs. Wm. C. Owen : 1 t

]last weekend were Mr, and Mrs
W. C Owen Jr., and their childrenof
West Palm Beach and RichardB.
Owen of Miami Beach. i) I ()
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly have I FREEZER
as their guest their three year old .
niece, Marlene McEwen of Tampa .
""' whose father James McEwen

:: T7N for brought a visit her of over a few last weeks.Wednesday '
,
,. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Malston were SWING-OUT: SHELVESTHATADJUSTUPORDOWHREMOVEFORCLE
In West Palm Beach Sunday afternoon
to see the ball game.
Mr. and Mrs James A. Rumbleyof
Mobile, Ala., visited friends in / HlHGl
''v Oewiston briefly recently during a
business trip to Florida. The
,i Rumbleys were residents here -
IIW V.I about 30 years ago. F
COSTS ONLY! Miss Charlene Jones spent the
lIDS MOIL[ weekend visiting 1 Ja Vero Beach. "h
THAN INtcuSSlc
I Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and
Mrs. Doris Francis attended Parents -
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BIRTHDAYGREETINGS Enoch Whiddon Is line's dogs and pony. THE CLEWISTON. _1Fta,1< NEWS Thurs.. March 21, 1903 Page S 6 11
Now, didn't I warn you? Why'd
Birthday HonoreeEnoch you read this far anyhow! I I '

Whiddon was honoree What I'm most concerned aboutIs Uncle Dan From Devil's Garden Says:
House ofBeautyInvites how Sparky, dalmatlon, is .1
!- Monday evening at a surprise my
March 21-0. W. Giddens. James birthday dinner, given at the Canebrake going to take this. He's so proudof
R. (Jimmy) Hall DEAR MISTER EDITOR: tor, that If they is any ehanet
March 22-SteIl Patio by his wife Mrs all those spots. He'll probably The fellers at the country store Billy 80 wlU write a book, tt I
to visit themin Ball Roberta Enoch Whiddon, and their son Bert develop some kind of complex. I
you Keller, Polly Saturday night was setting around would be better fee the government
McLendon. Kettle
Anyone know of a good doff
Whiddon. psychiatrist I
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their location Spires adding up their blessing and subtracting to let him stay In the
new at March 23-Fred Guests Included Mr. and Mrs ? their burdens and I'll haveto en-exist. fertiliser.......... And
Young Dorothy The horse races will really be
Bob Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
POI tell. Mildred report they come out about even. I'm solid agta any cevernment
141 Bond Wheeler. interestilng to watch. Especlallly
Street Beardsley! Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
March 24 On the blessings side Ed Doo- aid to farmers growing corn
-Laura Goedhart. Bill Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Williams. when they're at the post and that
; YU 2-2191 Toulis. Rachel l UtUe was giving thanks fer the to nolle.
Telephone Hollli. Salll Town- gate goes clanging Can't
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd BoweD up. youJu.t
lend, Jennings fact his old lady alai offered him Tonrs
Ezelle.
Mr. and Mrs. Luis DeArmas, Mr. see those eager stallions hitch truly.Uncle
advice about In whole Dan1st
no nothing .
March 25 John B. Boy, Earlomlinson and I Mrs. Earl Dye., Miss Char- ing up their trousers for more legroom }
T week. Ed reported he was fitting
Sue Lewis Prandl, JanIce lens, Jones and Miss Betty Ann ? At the far turn, and way in
fed his old to
Fry, Jack Davis. up on lady trying
W Edwards. the lead, the favorite will probably
him advice all the time. MORTGAGES
March 26-Evelyn loose give
Young Dave his pants and be so ember.rassed
r He, allowed a* hew a feller
Paulson I
BOB PAT AND NELLANNOUNCEMENT he won't come in until 15% DISCOUNT
March 27 Mrs. could toll the dlrferenee between "
Nora Lee Hutch- nightfaa
food and bad advice dida" .% INTERESTP. :,,'
.. I Country Club j The horse shows will have added need Mlther eae and If be F a Rex 1M4Jacksonville .
Ins.Mike Interest, too. A filly has enough to eeoldnt tell the dWereitee, the It. Fla.LARGESTi.
,do now jumping those hurdles with-
"
I Galassini Notes I IBy adrlee wouldn't do him M geed
I out having to demurely gather up DOlI... Confidential. I think
Observes her skirt And I hear
they're -
Birthday wearIng Ed's old lady has been adult'
I Matt and Teresa stanton them longer next WORLD'S 1
Mike Galassini, son of Mr. and year lug Urn to d. a little week \
At pet shows judges will have to tilt 1
Mrs. Don Galassini celebrated his A large group of ladles turned award an extra blue ribbon. For around the place fee a change. [ I

We are moving our officeto 11th birthday Tuesday, March 19th.1 out for the fashion show presented the best dressed. And society each And reported he hac saw In the -.s.u. ana mtud caanntf
Cam A. B. Vas
with a skating party at Em's Roll at the Ladies' Day luncheon last will papers where a Illinois agriculture
year make
erland. week by Ruby McIntyre of the i probably a greatto expert named George E. : -7r1
do jT6ae.7U
the modern about the 10 best dressed :a :
new Enjoying the occasion with Mike I Sport Shop. i in Smith has announced official that ..
were: Frank and Sandra Tomlin- Molly MuIUns first outfit consisted pets I don't the know nation.about but It'lIU he has been able to git bumpercorn _..._._..__.._.t.. '

McCOLLEY BUILDINGAt son. Billy McDonald Al Sanford : of slim Arnel blue denim I I can do to keep you PEOPLE crops by bombarding cornfields

Debbie Farmer, Gary Hooker, I pants with red and white checked, clothed. It's going to my be rough on with music sounds. He CONSTIPATED

137 South Bond Street Frances and Bobby Pearce Dan- i western style shirt. the ol' budget having to buy claims he has Increased corn yields PRUN-EVAO, contain-
lei Beardsley Kenneth and Steve The next ensemble, coordinatedwith Sparky street clothes, LevTs for from II to 10 per cent with music. o i.provo Prune F''.. Senna, I.
Brannan, David and Jean Gray Molly's was modeled by Betsy the woods and In the first place, claims Ed, '. $8mo-o-oth, but and I
swim trunks for the t .
o.t natural U tlT' hurry toCUOARLAND
March Ellington Boy, blue denim Bermuda we got too much corn surplus now ; :
Effective Monday, 25 Tommy Sexton, Donna beach. I wonder if it's O.K. if he PHARMACY'
Slas, James and Benda Hill Ray length shorts and long sleeved, red goes bare-footed! and using this music fertilizer was 01'' generous FRED sAMPLE or
mond Blount Kim and Mitch Murphy and white "little boy" shirt. working agin the farm problem. He tablet for 7S 00 Over l,00t,000
You who Id fh p.PIIncome'
HERRING CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Nancy Lee Mark Janet and Evelyn Sikes wore green, knee- to be pitied.own Have cats are the ones was of the opinion the Guvernment
Jim Brandon, Steve Galassini. Al length Surfer pants with white roll you ever triedto should start right now barring any
lan and up sleeve Lady Arrow shirt. put ANYTHING on a cat farmer from glttlng a handout that
Phone YU 2-7911 1 Clewiston, Fla. Ann Hammock, Peggy Old Sheesh!
eD, Jerry Waters, John Weathers, Katharine Hogan followed in Jamaica And where was growing corn to music. Tax
Dan Nelson Nicky shorts of lined yellow silk n will it aU stop? There Zeke Grubb flggered that corn
Kelly, Keith
mmm *ai i i H mm are pet rabbits, mice, hamsters,
Carter, Gayle Swindle and Elthea and yellow print silk blouse by grooved to music wuold make fine ServicePersonal
'I skunks, monkeys and gosh knows
Hensley, Voyager. popcorn and that any growers that
Other fashions shown were of the what all. The only animal that was using this new music fertil-

I type worn for active sports or might look better dressed U a izer could git the difference between & Business
ATTENTION Skating Party For country club luncheons. monkey. Sometimes he does look the regular price and the
rather naked YUkon 2-7841
The tournament of the day, a Guvernment handout price by glt
Suzanne McPhail match play net was won by Diane What about circus animals? Ican't ting into the popcorn business.
144 Avenida Del Rio
| Cane Growers and Ranchers wait to the
see for
Farmers, Suzanne McPhail's birthday was Berner with Ruth Mottley in second that bull pants Clem Webster told the fel
celebrated at Em's Rollerland Friday place.A elephant. The lion tamer lers he couldn't finer which

LOOK TO THE FUTURE AND afternoon when her mother,' low net is scheduled for tom:ar better those not crack his whip too closeto was worse using this new ecu W. G. PERRY

Mrs James A. McPhail entertained 'I jungle cats. That oale for fertiliser or the non-
WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING row.On eyed leopard might get her tights
with a skating party. March 29th, Clewlston girls exist fertiliser Invented by Consultant
Tax
ripped open And !In front of all
Refreshments were served after will be hostesses to the Sebrlng those BUUe Sol Eatea.
people.
an afternoon of games and skat ladles. Anyone wishing to play in I I don't this This brung up a discussion about
IA Uw Cost Farm MertoreFEDEKAL leg to Cretchen Bryan Gary Roth, the invitational better hurry. Deadline should say to mean we going e>
clothe
even fine-
LAND BANK LOANED Susan Crosby, Patty Carithers, for signing on the bulletin our git Billy
feathered
| Fnrlsh Cash ToRefinance Brenda Darnell, Carolyn Harnage, board at the club is March 22nd the friends, but-thls !is for hind the bars. Ed Doolittle was
BIRDS!
debts. Mary Corbin, Jimmy McPhail, Entry fee la $2.50 and tee off time, agin it, he said if they put him t in Glade Roofing Co.
Finance farm Improvements new buildings, purchase Keith Hodges Terry Padgett, ElIzabeth 9 a.m. jail he'd write a book. Ed allowed
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wind machines la purchase and of Install a farm Irrigation.Assist grove er. ranch. Bishop, Irene Fuller, Chip The men's club championship to Births as how It was a dangerous thing An Types ef Roof and ...

Purchase more land. Fuller, Jo Nell Hooks, Ronnie be played with handicaps has been Mr. and Mrs Ray Lee the anymore to put a feller in jail that Sheet Metal Work
are
Provide capital funds for the farm enterprise Hooks, Brent Wood, David Miller, set up and p-s'.':d at the club. First proud parents of a son, John Michael could read and write. He startedwith New Construction er

ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN Frances Pierce, Patty Jones, Deb matches must be completed by born March 11 in Good Samaritan Alger Hiss and named a long Repair Jobs
|HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES bie Davis, Pamela Llneberger, March 24th so check the bulletin Hospital, West Palm list of fellers that has got famous
Nancy Lee, Kim board and make from writing a book in jail Ed Phone 2.7111
1. Lower payments.L Murphy, Tina arrangements as Beach The baby weighed 8 pounds,
Longer terms tap to 10 yean). Butchart, Gerianne Baker, Pat soon as possible. 9 ounces. says throwing some of them smart
I. Dependable service (serving agriculture) exclusively Christian, Toni! Mattson, Ileana To The Weathers: family did themselves Mr. and Mrs. Marlon F. Nee operators in jail fer a spell is like Day er Evenings
since 1(17)). meu, Arturo Tomeu. credit this week with Mary bltt throwing a rabbit in a briar patch P. O. Box 1143CLEWISTON
.. Full prepayment privileges without penalty Louise parrlng the long 5 No. are parents of a daughter, They love it and come out on
par Judith Ann, born FLA.
I. Loan service by local people familiar with local agri) Honors 7 and Tommy coming In with his in Hendry Cener.l the best seller list.I .
Hospital, on March 12
culture.If weighing
best agree with Ed Mister EcIJ-
score yet. in of
we can be ef service to yon please write or phone Miss spite having 6 pounds, 2ft ounces. --- .
Sylvia Tedder a 5 and 6 on the .
twq, par.ihrees.FULLER'S : Mr. and Mrs Calvin D. Whld-
W. R. MAT Mgr or DOYLE E. ABBOTT'Asai Mgr.
Miss
Sylvia Tedder
who is leav.rag den of Moore Haven are the parents
Clewlston to return to her home of a son Calvin Bret, born
Federal Land Bank Associationof in Cottonwood Ala., was honored FOLLIES March 12, weighing 9 pounds, 11

with 'a farewell luncheon at the ounces at Hendry General Hospital.

Bradenton Clewlston Inn Tuesday, By AL FULLER Mr. and Mrs. Royce E. Carltonare

Those attending were her fellow- the proud parents of a daughter 0ir
This is
[PHONE office workers at the dewliton a very delicate subject Sylvia Eugenia, born
: 7432051 BRADENTON, FLA.BONANZA so I must ask on March '
you youngsters v
Motor as
Company. These were Miss 13 in Hendry General Hospital.
well as any prude who be of-
might
Tedder Mrs. Kenneth The RESTAURANTWEST
Walker, fended, to NOT baby weighed T pounds, 13
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Mrs. Hager Lowe
Mrs. Bill Sloan, Please. ounces.
Mrs. Walter Wyse. Mrs. John Ellington I
Mrs. Marlyn Harn, Mrs. Also, and this Is most important, SUGARLAND HWY. CLZWISTON. FLA.
Lorene Baird, Miss Patricia Sut- under NO circumstance allow your CARD OF THANKSI
h dog to browse over this article. wish! to thank
ton and Miss Joyce Jones. each and every
*
one for their cards, flowers, visits, I
There is a great move in Wash: kindnesses and acts of thoughtfulness -
? ? FOR RENT ington to put an end to a shock' extended to me in my Illness, CLEWISTON TRAILER SALES, INC.

log scandal of nakedness. (Please I thank the staff of Hendry General
$35 Mo. pardon the Invitee yea to see the new
rude language.) Hospital and Dr. Shupe for
Marlette and Esquire Mobile Homes
OFFICE OR SMALL The White House has been picketed their and
care kind
attention. New en display (30 E. Sugarland Hwy.
A
BUSINESS PLACE by an organization pleading Helen Sapplngton
Across from Past Office for an end to the "Indecency of NEW FINANCING AVAILABLE
SEE ABNEB VANN naked animals." They urge the

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6 THE CLEWISTON (Fla.) NEWS, Thurs. March 21, 1963 I: of the European pilots, and that
roes for Graham Hill of England,
1962 winner of the world driving DoIIar9avirI i Lerea1hl Hl i 19 P
Parole Commission Given SupervisionOf championship. 9laRL 1 rr A :
Aboard one of the Cobras will
be Glenn Fireball Robert of
Alcoholic Case In Hendry County Daytona Beach Fla., recofnbed I r, 4p
as one of the top drivers I
of stock la the ,
i ears country
Hendry County, through County, load. The branch office would be Fireball Is
a "charter", meanlog
Judge B. N. Parsons, has for the staffed by a permanent office supervisor ,
be likes to be on top from
first time requested the Florida and secretary, he said
flarfall to flnlih. Fireball Is no a
Probation and Parole Commissionfor i 1
novice to road races, either.
assistance In dealing with a He drove at Le Mans last rear
probation case. and was a favorite with the
The case deals with the rehabili- i\\ French for his relentless paining ..
tation of an alcoholic, which Is a of the accelerator.
relatively new field for the Commission One of Fireball's teammates will
said John W. Madden, be Dan Gurney of California, long
Fort Myers, district supervisor for GAL RIDERS WILL a world-renowned Grand Prix ace,
Hendry County, and nearby coun-: SHOW THEIR SKILL and thought by many to be the best 1 +
i all-round driver In the world.
ties.Probationary supervision may Members of the Lee County, Poss- Heading the Sting Ray stable of
prove to be the answer to hab-- ettes, the female segment of the drivers Is A. J. Foyt, the burly boy
itual offenders of alcoholics, said Sheriffs Posse, will sponsor their who won the Indianapolis 500 In
Madden. He added that the person first annual Showdeo Sunday, Mar. 1961. Like Fireball Foyt thinks 1
Is, on probation for one year and 24, at Terry Park Rodeo arena In there Is only one place to be
must submit monthly reports to the Fort Myers. In a race-at: the top of the pack,
supervisor on the special condition Action will get underway at 11 winning
that he must refrain from a.m. with a novice cutting horse I Also In a Sting Ray will be Dr.
the use of alcoholic beverages and contest Good horses from all over Dick Thompson of Washington
must accept assistance from a local the state are expected to enter., D.C., for many years one of SCCA's NEW STYLE TO DEUGHT YOU I ROCKET ACTION TO EXCITE YOU I
member of Alcoholics Anonymous. The event will be followed by a national champions.The .
calf scramble, key hole race, Jackpot Americans will have their Crisp new styling only a clue to the appeal of the e :''
Included in every case dealt calf roping, Junior barrel race, !work cut out for them. That's for Oldsmobile Dynamic Oldsmobile'i lowest-priced tI". )
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0 L D S M CJ E3 I L E
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The Fort Myers district coversLee Entry blanks may be obtained by The Sebring 12-hour endurance
Hendry, Glades, Collier and writing to Mrs Eddie J. Edwards, battle this year will offer racing "Chuck" Wells Motor CompanyW.
Charlotte counties. At present an Route 1, Box 397, Fort Myers, fans the chance of a lifetime to
work Is handled from the district Fla. see the best the rest of the world
t office In Fort Myers, but Madden has to offer. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston, Fla. YUkon 2450
says there Is a possibility of Ladies Of Lake ..
a branch office In Clewiston or La-
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tails on the winner of the interna- Only
StoreBOND tional event. NEW GOODYEAR
If our flag goes to the top of the Get this 50% off
pole two times, it will mark the that fits ANY budget!
STREET first time since 1953 that an AmerIcan Floor MatBargain $2 48 family

car has outrun and outlasted Prices start as tow en
the European racers In this tre-
I
mendous test of men and machines. "
This rear, for the first Unw: All-Weather 42"with
In a decade, an American Bee/ $.U5I I 3-T Nylon $9 89
made with American I .
f ear an at Full-width door-to-door CtEABANEE
the wheel. Is given more than and Tufsyn
a fighting chance to beat off Top-quality molded rubber -
A MAN IS INCOMPLE the 12-hour challenge of the .. 6.70x15 black rube-type plus tax & tire off
UNTIL HE MARRIES Ferraris Jaguars, Porsches, Looks GREAT! Iri your J flour car.
THEN Ht'S' FINISHED// Lotuses and aU the other reDOWDed choice of 5 colors! Free. mounttnal
4 4I Imports. expert
I' I Ii Ready to throw down the gauntlet ..
to the European machineryare N
i more than a dozen Shelby AC
Cobra Fords, Corvette Sting Rays,
Chaparrals and Pontiac. :S \
And at their wheels will be AmerIcan s' 1't t 1S
drivers anxious to prove that
4Tune they are every bit as skillful, :
knowing and icy-nerved as the Italian
English, German and South
American chauffeurs.The .
,(etbcl Cobras and the Sting
Rays pack the power to run with
y the Eureopean Job. The Sting Ray "
has been clocked at 165 miles per RETREADS
Special hour even when wearing "street DOOR-BUSTER SPECIALS
up clothes," and the Cobra Is.every '
AT ONE LOW PRICE
bit as fast If they can hold up 1
over the hairpin turns, long j
,
.
straightaways, sweeping bends and Many sizes and types! Year-Vound tread design
snaky "esses" of the Sebring
course, Uncle Sam might well Singles, pairs, sets Only $7.95 each!
I be dancing a Jig In Victory Lane, Plus tax and .ld tire
come 10 o'clock Saturday night I
Few Americans will admit that Whitewall only $1.00 more

1 breds the men at Sebring who will are'drive not the the match home-' First Come! First Served! 0. ANY OF THESE SIZES

7.50x14. 800x14, &50x14T
.. S. 0 .I'
Quantity SUe Type So!* ,

ONE ONLY Price 0
.. .-- 9 670x15 Nylon tubeless $1540 EXTRA SPECIAL, FOR

black Regular Price $2X25 Truckers.! fleet"t Owners!

HIGHWAY LOT 25' X 100' _
8 700x14 Rayon tubeless $1188 '
.. .,
; Central Business AreaMARKET black Regular Price $28.40 All Nylon R-C Truck Tire* -

Truly Great Economy for.Extra

WAYt. i 800x14 Rayon tubeleu $28.44 Mileage and Service!L
whit -- Regular Price $35.95 ;
t BELOW I I Sol Prlc_ .Qolf

1 "J. 8 whit 850x13- Regular Rayon Price tubelees$2345 S1&23 lit.i: OFF !,I ::1 I SIze 825x20 Ply Rating irt $4.95


AT PLUS TAX AND OLD TIRE: ) Plus tax and old fire

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$2,200
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J. E. Beardsley, Real Estate W. A. NORMAN--


Beg. Red Estate Broker


206 E. Sugarland Hwy. Ph. YU 2-7501: 119 S. BOND ST. CLEWISTON


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REAL ESTATE THE CLEWISTON (Fla. i NEWS, Thur., March 21. 1963 Pago
t ADS NORTHSIDE$10,000. bedroom frame, -- -- -- -----

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NORTHSIDE 2 bedroom frame,
$9,000. Harlem NewsEvents

PHONE YUkon M201RATES ACREAGE. available.

Four centsr 2 BEDROOM CBS, excellent condl-
:

r Word InED[ Insertion.; four insertion 70 cent shrubbery ditlon. ,Well fruit sodded., utility,Beautiful room, and News Of Our Colored CommunityMRS. I

iJlimlllD theaprlce of three. sprinkler system 115,500.
) JANE S.
tor 5 ACRES, NEW 2-BEDROOM. 2 GAJADHA Colored News Editor I

bath frame home.. Hardwood Phone VTI- 2Mm8 I


1lIiI'oUND JI 325 floors.FHA HOMES In Broward, Palm Jr. Women' Mission Mr. W. L. Falrley, Instructors: Clarke, Wllks Herman, Reginald

I Beach and Dade counties varous There was a regular meeting Anthony Mack, Emanuel Jones, I Campbell, Cecil Thomas, Joshua( !

sizes and prices. Small cash Monday night, March 11, at the Jimmie Jones, Leola Hart Isaiah Dockery, Lloyd Henry, RaT Lee '

Ladle. watch. Owner payment. home of Mrs. Talmadge Moody. Hill, Michael Kerr, Bartley Gray. I James, Waldroa Adolphus, Winston .

claim- by Identifying sam 11 1 1NI FOR RENT Efficiencies and The subject of the lesson was "The Sixth Grade: Mr. H. L McKlr I' Farley, Arthur Lewis, Leon \

eel for ad. Mrs. Gladys t houses as available. Urgency of the Missionary Mes- and Mr. W. L. Fairly, Instructors: Hylton, Kernel! Hines, Edwin Cros- '

od payln'805 francisco. "Mak21cr Over 1,000 vacant lots to select sae." Luke 4,16-24. After the business Otis Wallace, Deborah D. K. Wl bourne, Arthur Benjamin, Lionel

aylor, from for all purposes. Various session, refreshments were Hams, Lizzy Robinson. Ralph B. Bowes, Carrie Mitchel Georgia

prices. Terms.INVESTMENT. served and enjoyed by all present. Hill Bertha M. Sasser, Larry Stew- Wilson, Louisiana Broadnax, Laura'

AND. INCOME The meeting of March 18, was held art Myra J. Bobo Gloria J. John- Washington, Martha Clark, Stan
.RENTEDROOM. PROPERTY: ford Stewart Harry Hall Glenn .
JOR' at the home of Mrs. Mildred Dixon I
$360 MONTHLY RENTAL. Recent Monday night, March 25, the meeting son.Seventh Grade: Mr. Sylvester Osborne, Vincent Smith, Vincent i a!

NI rtt CBS construction: $25,000. will be held at the home of Humphrey Jr., Instructor: Ml Perry, Johnie Cherry, George WlWllams .

LONG TERM, low interest, farm, Mrs. Thelma Ziegler. Please attend chael Clara Moore, Samuel Simmons h Jushla Hacen, Moses Reynolds -

private bath and pri- cane, grove and ranch mortgages your Junior Mission meetings Joyce Jones, Sidney Black Stanley Banks, Keith Spencer. I,
vale entrance. Gentleman only]; minimum $50,000. mono ,
Drive. Phone YU S1. LISTINGS NEEDED M.
It Circle Eighth Grade: Mrs Narvella
Uc J. M. LANKFORD Birthday PartyJudith Lee, Instructor: Wilfred Brewster, I

RENT Trailer and Trailfe Beg. Beat Estate Broker Gale Hilton was honoredon Charlie Hill, Ruby K. Adams Special NoticeThe

? Royal Palm Trailer V.SK% YOUR DADDY TO BUY HIM 530 East Sugarland HighwayFire her birthday a few day. ago at Ninth Grade: Miss Gwendolyn C.
spaces Phone YU 2-2603 tfc ? Auto and General the home of her parents, Mr, aDd Harris, instructor: Evelyn Johnson Bamd Parents Club will
art.' A GOOD HOME AND HE'S ALLNDURS. Insurance Mrs. Thurston Hilton. She entertained Francene Klngcade. Vernlta meet Thursday night March 21,
3 fur-
'OR RENT 2 and room Clewiston. Fla. Ph. YU 2-216 her guests with games, Ward, Francene Hill, Evelyn Jackson (tonight) at 8 p.m. In the school

shed apartment. Phone 21271.tic $490 DOWN dancing[ and music. A large croup Joyce Scott. library. All members are asked to

I Home in excellent condition was present, among them were Tenth Grade: Mrs. M. I. Black be present We are expecting a ,
OR RENTBedroom with pnvVta BLUM & SONS PLASTERINGVery FOR SALE-BEST BOAT BUY In Close to schools and shopping In Harry Cobbs, Margie McClain, Instructor: Mildred Brown, Mary representative with a band uniform I

bath. Phone 2-6881. W. E. Best Work South Fla. 14 ft Kauffman fiberglass Pahokee. Call Hunt Real Estate, Charlene Kincade, Kathleen Hardy, Evans, Leander Weekley. on display.

altey. tic We Save You Money boat 35 hp. Johnson. Wheel 9247933. Uc Paula Fay, Evelyn Tarver, Gwen- Eleventh Grade: Mr. Charles A.

Pasterlng, Simulated Stone and controls. Seminole Trailer dolyn Faye Johnson, Patsie Rob Burrows, Instructor: Alzora Williams
PARA AI. The
ENEMOS CUARTOS Stucco Free Estimate Call YU 25571. Mar28c WANTEDWANTED erts, Wilma Faye Oliver, Ervin Gwendolyn Patrcik. Earnes- regular PTA meeting will
Paso. W. E. Licensed and Insured Johnson, Demetrls Henry, Isabelle be held Monday night March 24,
QUIEste Weekley.
dewis- TO BUY used volume i tine Mitchell. Shearese 1963 In the school library. All
25 Years In Business For Sale Virginia Tarver Anne Laverne Twelfth Grade: Miss C. L. Lacy,
Uc World Book. Write Clewiston members
o. 3850 Lora Street Tarver Bruce Michael Johnson Barbara Gantous Lar- are asked to be present
instructor:
Store Fixtures News Box 1236XX. Mar21c If
Fort Myers, Fla. tic Battles Hill Fred you have not turned in your
modern bed- Ray Wyman Cromes, Janet Brumfield, Bettye
OR RENT-Large ED 7-0171 or OX 4-287 Jewelry Display Cases, Profiteers, DRAGLINE WORK WANTED Alexander Jr., Robert Whltfield ry apron, please bring It with you.
Lewis Otis Didley.Fashion
utilities telephone ,
room, kitchen, Phone, 2-6191, Garment Cases, Counters, etc. Cleaning, ditching or diking. Call Jr,. Lorenza Battle, Patricia Diane Mrs. Annie Mitchell
nd TV privileges tic Reasonable. Style Shop. Ph. 3-2461. collect C. B. Davis, 924-7991, Pa- and Barbara Lynette Donnel. President

venings Mar.28c hokee. Fla. Apr4p They-were served hot dogs, po. Show :

miscellaneous J for Sale$ FOR SALE Parrakeets, $2.00 taco sticks, fruit punch, ,cake and The Home Economics Department Willie's

up. Mynah birds, African lovebirds Public Notice favor. Hostesses and supervisors of Harlem Academy under Shoe Shine StandGive

8u i essS ivrce I monkeys, cages, supplies were Mrs. Willie P. Griffin, Mrs the supervision of Mrs N. Lee
Mattie L. Hilton and Mrs. Ruthle presented Its annual fashion showon your shoes that shine
Pet boarding Thompson Wild
25% DISCOUNT on popular Strasbourg IIK\1: >IIY 'OJ'NTY HOSPITAL
smile
Animal Farm. Phone YUkon 2- AUTHORITY Lee Daniels. All returned home March 11, 1963. The theme for
pattern of Gorham ster- Alabama Street Harlem
NoTirn OP BinoRT PIE4R1YONotice after an evening of fun, wishing this occasion was "What to Wear, ,
1236. tic, Mr.
Offer ends Willie t. Young
ling. April 3rd. BOND I I. hereby .Inn that the Proprietor
MAKING AND ALTERATIONS Handry County Hoapltal Authority the: honoree many happy returns. When and Where
Mrs. Arthur Meske, YURuh STREET JEWELERS. Itc ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS baa cauaad to ba prepared a budget: The devotion was as follows:

Apr4cET Guaranteed. S1995 down $1404 ot moon and operating expenaea Rev. L. Holmes read the scriptureand
I HEAVY EQUIPMENT FOR SALE month. LAKE APPLIANCECO. for Handry General Hospital for the Notes from 3rd GradeThe Julia's
US BUILD YOUR NEW 48" per period beginning April 1, 1161 and gave the Invocation. The music Beauty Nook
-Insleyyd. Dragline. class
; entertained the elementary
., YU 2-7151. tIc ending March II 1014. by the Glee Club
HOME In Canal Point Top work. Swmap Pads; Cummins Diesel engine I A regular meeting of the Hoapltal department with an assembly was furnished 'EXCLUSIVE HAIR
,aoshlp. Call Hunt Real Estate. Independent Boom and Traveler FOR SALE Payroll envelopes, Authority will b. held on April (. with Mls V. Randolph, directressand STYLES
Friday March IS,
,
printed wtih form for social security IMS., at Handrr General Hoapltal. program Miss A.E.G. Thomas pianist. Personal Care To Your Hair
ahokee 924-7933. tfc 2 old. 1959 International] ,
years A
All paraona with auggeatlona com 1963. play entitled "A St. Patrick
withholding and other de plaint., or objections, to acid budgataa "The Lord's Prayer" and "Jacob'sLadder" Mri. Julia Mae Sales
4. G. PERRY, Tax Consultant lull Dozer, TD-14, Series 150; 1957 Day" was presented. The
ductions. Box of 500. Clewiston prepared will ba heard, and the were sung. Proprietor
Complete Income Tax Service .. International Tandem Dump Truck, News Office.AIRPLANE budget with auch, changai, .. are characters were as follows: Each modeled his or her
Phone YU 2-7841. A-1 tires. Fred Burger, Rt. 1, Box deemed expedient' will\ be adopted. Audrey Williams, narrator; Fred person
outfit. The modeling represented -
IIKM: >HV GRWPIRAI.: HOSPITAL own
4/15c 305, Palmetto, Fla. Ph. 722-3682. FOR SALE Four BCDOET Canty Jr., grandfather; Freddie the following clothing: utility
Bradenton. Mar28p place Piper'Trl-pacer. Complete veer April 1. tae t. March. II, IBMOpemtlajv Scott, Michael; Frankie Hamilton, Harlem
5.eem., attire, housewear attire, school attire Garagenow
ATTENTIONProspective Instrument panel and super Homer In-t'atlenta |l"0,00fl( ,00nutPatlenta EileenJames: Hart and Barbara business attire, street attire,
home buyer (or FOR SALE 1961 Mercury Out radio. New condition in and out. 41,40000Mlscellaneoue ( Madrid, king and queen of Lepre.chaos party attire, head attire, hand at.tire open for
board Mark 400. : 5,0110.00 MJ3.00000Other
electric
Complete -
$900 down. Easy monthly Calvin Turner and Alvon
;
mmerclal) I am seeking em- pay. and sports attire. Soft music businessElbert
system. Controls and Ride ments. YU 2-3421 YU 2-6751. l..metStaring ? arsall, two Julius Frank.
or pages;
:oyment, can save you many $$$ was played at the piano by Miss
Guide steering. Johnson Fishing tic Fund. 10.000.00 in, Lester McMlllon Robert Cor Allen
Jr.
handle: loan model-
aa planning, proced- Old Accounts A.E.G Thomas during the ,
es and complete construction.: Camp. Mar28p ." WANTED Collected, 1,000,00Intoraat bett, Kenneth Ganlous, Andre In,. During intermission and at the Phone YU 26248Hilton'
HELP on Time Sasser, and Roger Fitzpatrick Lep-
,
rite George Kendall Box 7SS FOR SALE-Solar heater, copper lx.po.it 410.00 end Clyde Blackmon sang "Because" -
,ewiiton Fla. MALE'or Mlacounta on rechans; Patricia Ann Watson, mistress
tie colls. Good as new. reasonable. FEMALEA and the glee culb sang
I'urchaaaa 53,550,00 of
.MGER: SEWING MACHINE Call YU 2-1041. Mar29p 1ba00'10 ceremony. "Falling In Love" and "Some En-
WATKINS ROUTE bf""iiiii area "Telal !_ The class was dressed In keeplaj "
.e 451.110.00
representative. will be at Gid- 6-71 G M POWER UNIT .,. chanted Evening. GroceryGroceries
Is for semi-retired man, or ,I. I.ubtfulAee..ete with the holiday, the program wa:
open We honored to have our
were' as
ni furniture Store each Friday. .P.M.[ Diesel I 15,200.00
I Engine Company colorful and enjoyed by all.
Many semi-retired people
v parts, sales, service stop In Fuel Injection Specialists, Fort lady. Nee I...... guests Mr C. Hornsby, supervisorof Fresh Meats
$50 to $100 week depend- $453,150,00Op.r.el.g I.
call YU 2-6721. tIc Lauderdale JA 38441. Mar21c earn per .:........ public Instruction of Hendry Vegetables

111111..-.-.-.-.............1111111 1 111................-.-.-.- have tog on 1 time full time devoted route to open.route.Maybe Also- tlon Admlnlitra- 110,444.00 Honor Roll for County end Mrs. Jacqueline Gentry of- We Cold Drinks Essential Items
: the home economics teacher Appreciate Your Patronage
Dietary 13.514.00Hou.ake.pln. 4th Six WeeksFirst
you can qualify. For personal 11040.00 Clewiston High School. Mr and Mrs Thurston Hilton
Interview In your area, write J. H. laundry 7,20000 Grade: Mrs. B. S. Bobo Are You In the Know Proprietors
627 Williston. Fla.Mar28c. I'la nt Operation and Mrs. L. F. Smith Instructors:
McGarlty Box M.5J400 It f Is worthwhile to make a special
BUSINESS
DIRECTORY I Nuralng Berv- 4 Patricia Stubbs James Weston, study of our clothing needs.
lea 06,141,00 McClain Deletha A
Gargle
AA-QUALIFIED man or woman Cllnlo 1,24000Nur.ery Good taste is largely a matter of
for established route work. Will 1,200.00Mndlcal Rhodes, Vivian Cobbs, Deborah education therefore, keep In mind
Can $30 more Rao.orda Lee Albert Ward, Edward Ganl- the following quotations: Mamie'
WALDRON'SAppliances train. earn or per .
BOTTL135EFOR (,>I4 00
AS day. Write MR. HEATH, Box 2766, Operating ous, Albert Anderson Gary Dixon,, "Good taste In dress means Style CenterNew

MEATS AND GROCERIES DeSoto Station. Memphis. J, Tenn. Room: 11.99100Xllvary t' Sellers Littles, Karen Sanders, Marcia wearing the right things at the
L. Tate Emmett Jones, Lenora "
Mar2tcIDtIJim1 Boom 500.00 right time. Stock of Girl's Dresses
Oxygen l.iOO.00Anaathaala L. Weekley, Sylvia A. Hill. "Right dress Is that which Is fit Shorts, and Slim Jim
Sales-Service Open 7 A.M. 8 P.M. 0,214.00Xray Second Grade: Mrs. D. W. Hill for the station In life and the workto

iburatory 1 34.061,00,104.00Kmargency and Mrs. T. J. Sanders, Instructors be done in it and that which Is Mrs Mamie McDinlcl.
POWER GAS SEVEN DAYS A WEEK I Barbara Sykes, Patrick Cole- Proprietor
:
Hoom ,J 4.00Depreciation graceful; becoming, lasting, healthful -
Picnics I 1S.IOO.COfharniHcy man, Willard Steward, Emlie Johnson easy, on occasions splendid,, 242 Alabama Street
For Your of Moment
Spur FOR SALE: Large 3-bedroom 15.IOO.OUContlngen ** Marilyn Scott Isabella Tarver, and always as beautiful as possi
CORPORATION I Ann Tarver, Kathleen Hardy, Cynthia "
Four Miles East of Clewiston house, and 1 bedroom house. Both cl.. "'00,011 349,432.00 ble. I-
CALL nicely furnished. 2 lots. Going Lee. "Simplicity is not plainness, stu-

South Bay COLLECT Bare BeachWANTED cheap. 429 East Trinidad. Mch28p Anticipated f* Jl< l l1'rofll I 11,729.00Kqulpmral Third Grade: Mrs. M. R. Me- itdlty, nor poverty, but the very EMMA'S: CHILD CARE
WY 6-5521 : and CapHal .:....011- I pray: and Miss V Randolph, In- foundation of beauty and refine- PROJECT
- DEMAND GREATER THAN Lees 'A. ", tructors: Lester D. McMillon, ment.
for houses busi Bookkeeping : Freddie Scott James Hart Glendale
EVER acreage Machine I T.tOO.OO, I
nesses. We have customers waltng. Furniture for "\ Robinson, Brenda Diane Dixon Located on Florida Ave.,

Attention Cattlemen List your property with us. N.w Addition 0,000,00Fmergwnay : Celestine Black, Gwendolyn Music FestivalThe Harlem"If

Customers J, E, Beardstey. Ph. YU 27501. Unit 4,10000, :. Johnson, Kenneth Jones. festival was held at Gifford
Now Is the time to consolidate tfc Walk-In Hefrlverator < Four'.h Grade: Mrs. B. S. Orso High School, Gifford, Fla., March work you parents must

NO your debts with a long term farm FOR> SALE 3 bedroom, 2 bath Hoipltal aim >1,00000,000..00' and Mr. L. T. Henderson, instructors 16, 1963. The program began at Your tots with us you can I i I

EXPERIENCE loan, low Interest.rates, with CBS house. Extra large carporteand Conversion of : Pauline Harris Vernlta King- 9 a.m., Mrs. Janie C. Greene presiding trust r I

utility room. Excellent North I X-ray Darkroom l.tOO.OO cade, Wilma F. Oliver, Randolph We guarantee expert care .

NECESSARY Federal Lana Bank Side location. Phone 2-7791. tic I Central Dictating I f'. ,. Mitchell, Bobby Gray, Mae Belle Devotion; song, "America the When you bring your toyed. I

Jordan & Pridgen System Co.- Dictaphone f 00.00, Wallace, Helen Lewis, Brady Hart, Beautiful;" scripture and prayer; ones here."

CITIES See or Write FOR SALE-The Pete Christensen I Circular Drive .000.00. Lovvorn Dixon welcome address, Mr. Hoskls H. Enclosed playground, clean

f- SERVICE STATION; W. R. MAY home. 308 E. Sagamore, Clewis- Health Center 3 Fifth Grade: Mr. F. Jones and Smith, principal, Gifford High; facilities, pleasant environment I .

I ton. Call WH 8-2061 Moore Haven, Addition Biological I Refrigerator 1,000.00. welcome address, Mr. R. S. War- Optional diaper serve

HEYDay COUNTY Box 686 Walcald Building I or YU 2-6301 dewlaton. Mar28c (00.00 2. Receiving the, term of annual three reporta((1) yeara and, wick personnel director, Board of ice. Hours 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Title & Bradenton FloridaEVINRUDE 3 BEDROOM CBS N.wborn I.olette .- taking such, action, with re.p.at .- Public Instruction, Indian River
Attract Co. I FOR SALE 1,000,00Additional thereto aa the landowner coverage I
Tille Abstracta-TltI HOUSE. Good location. Near ele- Patient may determine, County; adjudication gymnator-
Pablie Insurance school. Call YU 22001. Room. 40,000.00. f. Transacting such other bual. urn; Note: schools are listed In order Apr4p
mentary furniture for Additional I Ii
Stenographer I flees a.
may properly come
.
of
rh o Mar21c ; participation; Lincoln Junior -
opTtaf before the meetingBOARD i
8ridte 8t ind- Park Duplicating I I Rooms 11,500.00 101000.00 Of SUPERVISORS OF High Fort Pierce; Booker T. Ii

hte' fit. P.O.AYe.Box 644 FRANK DENMEAD PJCFICIT I 17.272.00 RITTA DRAINAGE) DISTRICT Washington, Moore Haven; Roose- ; i
Kyi W. C. Prewltt, PrealdentN
OKinte S-S261 Licensed -111 velt Junior high West Palm ; I I

Sales and Service Florida Real Estate Broker DAN MCCARTHY, ChairmanHendry ;; arch, 14 21, 19JTOTICB Beach; Douglas Brown Junior High Elite Cafe and '
Across from Fair Ground County Hospital Okeechobee) ; Harlem Academy,
Fog HOME DELIVERY New and Used Moron FOR SALE Excellent lot on I AuhtorltjrCN Tho City Commission of the City tewlston; Carver Junior High,
-141March of Clewlaton will receive bids up to
Paint Beach Post Marine Hardware north side from private owner. 11, 1MIMOTICR .10 P.M. E.S.T. March 15, 1(11 on elray Beach; Bryant Junior High, Grocery.1
Parts and Accessories Other floe lots, first time listed. Or ANNUAL MEHTINQ Or following street worktApproximately Bryant; Westwood Junior High, I l-
thousand f0,
and Time that will for Itself, LANDOWNERS thirty ( West Palm
Marine Safety Equipment Duplex pay RITTADRALwAom 000) square yard "".pb.lt concrete Beach.
-(:...... YCkonKU rent free for owner. D1ITR1CT, surface Coarae ono Inch ((1") thick Harlem Academy Chorus won Home Cooked Meals I'
Phone la that
M1.. aide 2 .U:1: uhetr.Board pur- to b. applied over Old Pltumlnouaurfaco
TOQUE: DAVIS Small frame home, north to of Bapertlaora coarse In accordance with second place In this affair.

YU 3-2621 R. E. WALDRON bedroom1 in excellent condition. the annual of Kltta.meeting Drainage of the landowner EHatrlol I aragrapha Noa, 111.1 to 111.1* In- GROCERIES
aalvo. "Florida State Road Sp.alfiaations. I
Small down paymentLarge
of Rltta Drainage District forthe ." Hospital Notes
--- Pasadena. Huge 19'1. will bo. held la Rltta
-- lot on :year
this
The dealgntd thlcknea of FBESH MEATS
rot Prompt, Emdent aki, prime location.: Harbor Drainage, Palm Pum reach a County. near Florida Lake I coarse shall .bo ono Inch upon dom Patients Admitted:

Or Rana deUvery Tampa Tribune Two excellent country homes on Thuraday. April 4, 1M1., at ,pletlon b., on and this tho thlckneia.basis of paymentwul Mar. 12-Ray Lee James, Robert It"t
ll: o'clock In the afl rooon. Eatt Adamson. SCHOOL SUPPLIESP3381II4nAL !
with acreage. i Rails of Paymentho
m era standard Time, for the
east Of := 300 acres farm land fenced and purpooeefi I quantltlea under h,1r.aeetlon Mar. 13--Keith Spencer Ishmall ITEMS
hall' be measured In yards
loJal Palm Ft. Maid yers an cleared some planted. I. Electing oo* Buperrlaor for of completed pavement. Including WIBL ms, Arthur Benjamin, Via-
CalI Bobby Excellent Income property showing all materials need therein, all proaratloaal cent Robinson,. Vincent Smith, Clewuton News I
,
Gidden New Press and application of materials -
nice gross dean and neat and George Williams Ivan Vernon,
..u.. 'TO OPKRATB. I tools, plant, supervision and
---.!! I-Utl JJom Delivery DeW. HEAVY EQUIPMENT incidentals neoeaaary to complete. loses Reynolds, Jushla Heoben, i
W. O. CAMPBELL Lots zoned for house trailers. LowS i the werk. Wlsley Henry, Edwin Croaboune. Cold Drinks

Phone 2-2791 $494.00'x100'. ....... t..._euwa_.. J.a.Tp .Ner..4 I C.CITY M.OF Flrkle CLEWI8TON, Mar. 14-Vincent Perry. I t

People Several fine S bedroom homes .eaa.d Y..
Read starting at $10.900 low down pay" *y yete e. w. .... Y.poutW I arch U. 31, lilt Hlaef, Laura Jones, Louisiana
.Nslprere ......... ..4ag 9 t
.' HATHCOCK'STAXI Menu. ........ \....... ..__ Get I NOTICB BroHdnak. Martha Clark. .
SPOT ADS Large acreage tracts in Hendryand .. .._....1 Peep a s..fwl..1 To Whom It may concern.Thla Mar. la-Joshua Dockery Winston
AND AFTOfflI ancz m..g ft* big4wtp.y eb111. r I. public aotloo that I will For
TAXI counties.
Cooler Farley, Lloyd Henry Leonlyltoo Information/
: .
mONK WM1 4 w rkaa> ha Ise .e.t4 Dot bo responsible for any bill. 111i ,
RATION JUANITA JOHNSON Stahaala, SMI .. taaHh Si, eur'tailoomt: myself, Lionel Bowen, Glenn: Oswrne. -
Are 1 II 1 :. Registered Real EitaU SalesmanBee. Or...... ......... Ph.aM ea...a. i Call YUkon 27651d&SSIFIED r
CM-It.
,All. NIGHT' SPtTICK Phone YU S-Ud I March II. 1MI Patient remaining: Cordrlck .
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.. Page 8 THE CLEWISTON (Fla)_ NEWS Thuri. March :81, 1963 .on. were $16,22578, and In February "
180-yd. Low Hurdles Ronnie 1963, $184074
PIZZA
the Olden Lee Ford. Collections over the state were
In two previous outings
Track Team Host Lee also Increased-from 15599138.28
thlnclads have come in third in a 880-yd Run-Joe Johnson,
Okeechobee Sat. quadrangular meet with Palm Ford Jerry Vaught to $$16,393.850:: YU 2.3311
Beach: Riviera Beach and Belle The track team will Journey to'aim Gas tax collections were also up
Clewlston'i first home track meetof Glade, and lost a dual meet to Beach next Wednesday for but by a smaller percentage. The Sugarland Pharmacy
the 1963 season will be held Belle Glade (7 to 56. Clewiston the Palm Beach Relays. Increase from $31,13110 to 132,- I
here at 2 o'clock Saturday after fared very well In the running 8124 Is approximately S per centREA ---- -

noon with Okeechobee. All events events, but was thumped In the
will take place on the track field field events fine
In front of the high school building HIGH SCHOOL Is Helping
Coach Charles Martin announcesthe
The public li urged to attend
and watch the boys in their events. following entries in the Saturday HONOR ROLL Seminole Learn 0
events: About ElectricityIndians
120-yd High Hurdle-Ronnie Olsen -
James E. Brandon supervising AT LAKE WALESAMPHlTHEAtRE 1
,
Dennis Gann.
Hendry
'ara 100-yd. Daih-Bo Llndiey. has principal announced of Clewiston the following High School honor and Glades in counties Highlands art learningall Crystals so finethey

JJln1'4 Pl aati Mile Run-Rudy Oaceola.410.yd roll of students for the Junior and about the intricacies of electricity 'NW\ '/
Dash-Mike Young and Senior High School classes for the according to A, M. Pettis c U sparkle Howard the Agricultural ,
Spinets Peter Schmidt. with
agricultural engineer
six-weeks of 1962-
fourth period
'1'1' \ \
Mirror "Studios" 220-yd. Dash-Bo Llndsey and 13 term: Extension ServicePettls I I \'\
Jerry Vsught. f INNER CIRCLE (lat least I reports that Indian 4-H
$325.00 880-yd. Relay-Doug Angel Dennis a's,1 B allowed). youth along with their parents and
Cann. Mike Young and Bo life Grd -Judy BrmbfTi other family members are attending _
Lindsey. Janet Slewett. a special electrical Instructon
LAKE Spring Medley Relay Ronnie OUTER CIRCLE <( Olden, Dennis Gann, Mike Young, 1 C allowed). Electrical Cooperative. The instruction
APPLIANCE Doug Angel 7th Grade-Mary Alice Gober Is designed to give 4-H Cubboya JUST RECEIVEDa
PK TU 1-7181 Mile Relay-Rudy Osceola, Jerry Eugene Him, Patrick Kelly, La- and girls a knowledge of electricity
Vaught. Pete Schmidt Joe John- Quits Mazzlaa, Ricky Miller, Gayle and Its uses.
Roland, Barbara McDavld.8th "So far two instruction: sessions of
Grade-Carolyn Cox, Dwight haw been held," Pettis says, pointing large shipment
Hitfleld, Tommy Mann, Tony Miller out that the average attendance -
25% DISCOUNT Linda Reynolds Frank Hunt. at the sessions was 70.
tth Grade-Rudy Barton, Marlon Electricity is new to some of VERY DRESSY HATS, to
Crofut, Freeman Hodges, Michael the Indians in Highlands. Hendry
: Strasbourg Gorham Sterling Jordan, Bill Lawrence, Dan Mc- I and Glades counties," Pettls ex
Carty Ann Davis, Kenneth Young. plains. "Through this program we complement our
a 10th Grade-Cindy Allen Sandra I ire able to teach safety rules, basc r new shipment of
Ben Jimmy Bible, Sara Jo Cato, ,
electrical terms, life saving techniques .
Ends 3rd. "
Offer
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April Betty Sue Guthrle, Sheila l.bel,1 and even lamp making," he '
Pete McIntyre Sally Oliphant Bill Mints out. The Indians are also LOVELY DRESSES
Perry, Elizabeth Rogers Susan aught how to use water pumps VERY .
BOND STREET JEWELERS Schick, Ricky Sexton, Joanne Wood, and meter reading Each of the
Barbara Zemonek, Elaine McCon- 4-H'ers constructs a heavy duty
vtlle. extension cord during the school. and we have other
11th Grade Phyllis Crouch, The materials for the corf are provided -
Christabel Kelly, Sandra Pace, by the Glades Electrical Co accessories, such as gloves and
Fred Rigglo, Beverly Preston. operative.
12th Grade Isabel Barrios, Directing the special electrical
Cheryl Bennett, VERY HANDSOME BAGS
Betsy Boy Sanda
dventurersin school Is W. B." Irby, manager of
McConvine: Molly Mullins, Marian the Glades Electrical Cooperative.W. .
Tokleda. Judy Vann. W. Black, REA safety directorIs
also assisting with the classes. including the popular two-bagger that is completely reversible

Sales Tax Top The final session of the electrical and with everything all year long))
Last Year' RecordThe school .was held March 18 at goes
Moore Haven. Certificates
were
Baby sales tax collections in Hen- awarded to those who have com-
dry County were up 13 per cent pleted the course and hamburgersand THE TOGGERY SHOPSkip
above the same month last year soft drinks were provided by
Land in the report mad by Ray E the Glades Electrical Cooperative.
Green state comptroller, at the
This is the second the
year
end of February. Money reported
Glades Electrical Cooperative haa.pon.ored
in February reflects January retail .
sales this instructional pro- .
gram.

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10 ,learning to walk. Red Goose baby NN.NNNNNNNEdwards tston from 1 p.m. to S p.m. on Chevrolet Super Sports* have a charm that Sport zing applies to the Corvalr Monza
aao.a shoes, of soft leathers, are available Tuesday, March 26, 1963, to In. seethes your springtime yen for romantic Spyder, very breezy with its air-cooled 150-
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feature plush all.vlnylln. Spyder and Sting Ray come in
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HOLLINGSWORTH'SSHOE serve an enlistment option of his coupe or
Replacements choice prior to graduation from trim in tasteful touches, and a "T" Chevrolet Super Sports are like
Installation high school. Enlistment date is set veritable feast of goodies we call spring daya-you'v. got to get
General Repairs by the applicant and option II performance options. Chevrolet out in them to uvor them. So
STORE Trouble Shooting guaranteed in writing, The lam and Chevy II Super Sports catch yourself passing zephyr
Licensed Experienced enlistment options are also available invite adventure in convertible and waft on down to your
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